South Carolina Lifts Public Lands Sunday Hunting Prohibition

South Carolina made a huge stride by largely overturning its antiquated prohibition against Sunday hunting on public lands. Through rulemaking that will allow Sunday hunting on both National Forests and select Wildlife Management Areas starting in fall 2023, the Palmetto State is embracing well-documented and overwhelming public support for Sunday hunting access which will allow hunters to get afield seven days a week on public land (like the vast majority of states allow). CSF was proud to work with legislators from the South Carolina Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus who played a pivotal role in this critical effort


House Committee Hears Two CSF Priorities

Recovering America’s Wildlife Act Garners Bipartisan Cosponsors in Senate

Colorado’s Sportsmen’s Day at the Capitol Draws Hundreds

CSF and Fellow Conservation/Sportsmen's Groups Gather for Monumental Bill Signing in Maryland 

CSF Joins Angling Community in Opposing Restrictive Jig Legislation

Legislative Recap for the Hawkeye State


CSF's Joe Mullin, Manager, Northeastern States and States Program Administrator, is pictured at the Signing Ceremony for Maryland Senate Bill 327/House Bill 983. 


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May 19 - South Carolina Sporting Clays Classic

June 09 - Congressional Fishing Competition 

August 04 - August Recess Clays Competition 

CSC Vice-Chair Rep. Graves (LA) and Member Rep. Thompson (CA) Introduce Bipartisan Electronic Duck Stamp Legislation (L'Observateur)

CSF Supports Bipartisan Coalition to Save Sequoias (Escalon Times) 


"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. 


Conservation Celebrated at Annual DSC Foundation Gala (Dallas Safari Club)

CSF Celebrates 50 years of NWTF at Recent New Hampshire Caucus Luncheon (National Wild Turkey Federation) 

DNR Confirms CWD in Second Wild Deer in Wood County (Wisconsin DNR) 

Endangered Species Mitigation Fund allocates $4.4 million to fund 42 wildlife conservation projects in 2023 (Utah DWR)

Firearm Industry Surpasses $16 Billion in Pittman-Robertson Excise Tax Contribution for Conservation (NSSF) 


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