The Top Issues Congress Should Pass Before the End of the 117th Congress

With limited time remaining in the 117th Congress, CSF is leading the charge to see a number of sporting-conservation priorities across the finish line. There are several critically important issues that lawmakers should address before the convening of the 118th Congress in January, including Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, Chronic Wasting Disease Research and Management Act, Driftnet Modernization and Bycatch Reduction Act, and many more.


Falling Into the Same Old Traps: The Unsung Hero that is Furbearer Trapping

CSF Opposes Goliath Grouper Aggregation Closures to Fishing in Florida

Future of Trapping in Vermont to be Discussed in Upcoming Meeting (Vermont Traditions Coalition) 

Measure 114 Passes in Oregon; Sportsmen’s Coalition Will Continue


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Brad Rowse Internship Program

Event and Development Internship Program

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2022 Annual NASC Sportsman-Legislator Summit (Nov 29 - Dec 02, 2022)

Beyond the Farm — A Look at Fish and Wildlife Conservation Priorities for the 2023 Farm Bill (Dec 06, 2022)

Investing in the Future of our Conservation Funding 


First Ever Virginia State Record Saugeye (Virginia DWR)

MDC reports 197,724 deer harvested during November portion of firearms deer season (Missouri Department of Conservation)

New Hampshire Fish and Game Highlights Unique Role of Trapping (New Hampshire F&G)

New Washington Fish and Wildlife Conservation Partnership Launched (NWSportsmanMag)


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