CSF Supported Bill to Create NOAA Youth Fishing Program Reintroduced

The surge in fishing and hunting participation during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the importance of our nation’s vast outdoors and abundant natural resources as an opportunity for Americans to reconnect with nature and improve mental and physical health. While most federal agencies responsible for managing our natural resources have programs to introduce the public to the resources they manage, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) currently lacks any such program for introducing Americans to recreational fishing. The bipartisan Youth Coastal Fishing Program Act will help resolve that.


CSF Backed Nonresident College Student Hunting and Angling Licenses Bill Considered in Ohio

Sunday Hunting in the Northeast – Trials, Tribulations, and Triumphs

Caucus Driven and Bi-Partisan Wolf Bill Vetoed in Colorado

Victories Secured in the Cornhusker State Despite Gridlock


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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

Manchin, Boozman Introduce Bipartisan Protecting Whales, Human Safety and the Economy Act of 2023

CSF Supported Forest Data Modernization Act Introduced in Congress


Physical Tagging Requirement on Turkeys Coming to Mississippi in 2025 (Clarion Ledger)

Murray State University and Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Partner to Advance Invasive Carp Removal Efforts  (Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife)

FY 2022-23 Approved Conservation Grant-In-Aid (Wild Sheep Foundation)

$1 Million Wildlife Restoration – Restoring Elk Country (RMEF)

USDA Accepts More Than 1 Million Acres in Offers Through Conservation Reserve Program General Signup (USDA)


"CSF Just May Be the Best Investment I Have Ever Made."

James L. Cummins, Executive Director of Wildlife Mississippi, President of the Boone and Crockett Club, and CSF Board Member, knows a thing or two about conservation. Between his experience as a wildlife biologist, his time spent on Capitol Hill, and his various volunteer positions, Mr. Cummins has distinguished himself as a sportsman worth emulating. In 2022, Mr. Cummins added another title to that list, CSF Heritage Fund Donor. Please follow this link to learn more about Mr. Cummins story and how you too can provide a voice for America's sportsmen and women via planned giving. 


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