CSF's Q2 Outdoor Heritage Report is Here

Check out our latest Outdoor Heritage Report for a look at the policies CSF shaped in Washington D.C. and throughout the country in the second quarter of 2022. This edition contains a letter from President and CEO Jeff Crane, highlights from the spring, updates on critical legislative issues and much more. Access Outdoor Heritage at the link below to learn about how CSF is working with bipartisan lawmakers, like-minded advocacy groups, and Mission Partners to protect and advance hunting, angling, recreational shooting, and trapping. 


Anglers Could Benefit from Next Water Resources Development Act

Bullseye! Archery is now the Official State Sport in Missouri

2022 Session Report from the Old Line State

New Conservation Funding Sources were Created in LA and MS – What’s Next?

Predator Management Takes Front Stage During CSF Webinar Series

(August 5)
(September 14) 

Investing in the Future of Conservation Funding

Summer Reflection

My Experience as a CSF Intern


CSF Board Member Becky Humphries Inducted into MUCC Conservation Hall of Fame (NWTF)

Hunters to Rosendale: Don’t Gut Federal Conservation Funding (Missoula Current)

Leave It Better Than We Found It (BASS)

Stand With SCI and Oppose Harmful Anti-Hunting Language in Interior Appropriations Bill (Safari Club International)


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