Pennsylvania Caucus' Annual Cigar Reception Makes an Impressive Return 

Following a multi-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Annual Cigar Reception for the Pennsylvania Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus returned on June 14. The event drew a crowd that included Caucus leaders and members, agency directors and staff, and conservation partners – all of whom are dedicated to advancing the interests of Pennsylvania’s sportsmen and women. Hosted at Tavern on the Hill in Enola, PA, the Cigar Reception’s return was a great success.



CSF Applauds House Passage of Recovering America's Wildlife Act, A Pivotal Bill to Conserve Fish and Wildlife

CSF Leads Effort to Oppose Bill That Undermines State Wildlife Management Authority

Predator Hunting Will Soon Be Safer and More Effective in South Dakota

Forest Management – It’s a Hot Topic in Tennessee

Public Comment Period Open for Fishing and Boating Regulations (Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources)

Colorado Department of Transportation Receives $5 million for Wildlife Crossings

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Investing in the Future of Conservation Funding

Summer Reflection

My Experience as a CSF Intern


Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Hosted First Night Shoot at Public Shooting Range (Trussville Tribune)

Florida Panther are Top Deer Predator (Outdoor Life)

Minnesota Elk Habitat Gets Upgrade (RMEF)

Simmons First Foundation awards DU $100,000 for the Mississippi River wetland conservancy project (Ducks Unlimited)

Yellowstone Towns Had Big Summer Plans Until Floods Struck (The New York Times)

Reintroduction of Gray Wolves Takes a Step Closer, Recommendations Face Resistance (The Gazette)


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