Registration Opens for the 20th Annual NASC Sportsman-Legislator Summit

The ONLY national conference for state legislators dedicated to advancing America's hunting, fishing, recreational shooting, and trapping heritage.

Early Registration Now Open. Register today to save $50 before discounted rates end on August 31st.

The Annual NASC Sportsman-Legislator Summit is the premier legislative event of the year that brings together sportsmen's caucus members, NGO representatives, key staff from state and federal fish and wildlife agencies, the outdoor industry, and other conservation policy professionals for three days of educational programming, networking, and planning, to ensure the interests of sportsmen and women are protected in state capitols throughout the nation.


CSF Expresses Concern with BLM Conservation Rule as Currently Written

CSF Hires New Southeastern States Coordinator

Wildlife Management Reform Takes Center Stage as CSF Kicks Off 2023 Summer Webinar Series

Chronic Wasting Disease Found in Florida – Continuing its Spread Across the Southeast

License Fee Increases Enacted in Arkansas, Proposed in Missouri

CSF-Supported PFBC License-Setting Authority Receives Unanimous Committee Support


Apply Now for a CSF Employment Opportunity 

Social Media and Marketing Assistant

Brad Rowse Internship Program

Event and Development Internship Program

Fisheries Policy Intern Program



August 04 - August Recess Clays Competition 
September 13 - Annual Banquet & Auction
October 11 - 19th Annual Wine, Wheels & Wildlife


Learn to Hunt Program Opens Registration for Beginner Fur Harvesting Workshops (Iowa Department of Natural Resources)

SCDNR Invites the Public to Discuss Wild Turkey Declines and Options for Future Management (South Carolina Department of Natural Resources)

NWTF Introduces New Initiative to Combat Turkey Declines in Southeast (National Wild Turkey Federation)

Gov. McKee Signs Shoreline Access Bill Into Law (ABC 6 News)

Raising Tigers: How F&G Uses Tiger Muskies in Sport Fish Management (Idaho Fish and Game)

Idaho Sues Feds on Grizzly Delisting (Idaho Office of the Governor)

Conservation License Required to Access Most State Lands (Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks)


Our outdoor heritage needs YOU!  Get involved today so we can keep fighting for tomorrow.


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