Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation Hosts Farm Bill Fly-In

Last week, CSF led a Farm Bill Fly-In, uniting Congressional leaders with advocacy partners in order to discuss high-level priorities for the upcoming Farm Bill reauthorization. This legislation, which represents America’s single largest investment in conservation on private lands, is set to expire in September. The meetings, along with the accompanying Lunch Panel and Reception, served as an opportunity for sportsmen and women to advocate personally on behalf of the bill’s Conservation and Forestry Titles.


House, Senate Committees Each Pass Two Top CSF Priorities

NASC Executive Council Voices Support for Farm Bill Conservation Programs

In Big Win for Recreational Anglers, FWC Tables Goliath Grouper Closures

Much Needed License Fee Increases – There’s Nothing Fishy About Them

North Dakota Governor Signs Fishing Contest Bill

Outdoor Coalition Applauds Gov. Lombardo for Supporting Youth Hunters


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June 09 - Congressional Fishing Competition 

August 04 - August Recess Clays Competition 

September 13 - Annual Banquet & Auction

NC Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus Supplies Hunting Trackchairs to Improve Accessibility (NC Wildlife Mag)

CSF Leadership Regarding SC Sunday Hunting Highlighted (NSSF) 


"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. 


Citing Harsh Winter, RMEF Urges Understanding with Wildlife Management Decisions (RMEF)

CSF Supported Forest Conservation Easement Program Act of 2023 Introduced (The Conservation Fund) 

F&G Commission Approves Wolf Management Plan (IDFG)

Wyoming Gray Wolf Population Remains Stable at Objective (WGFD)


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