Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin Joins Governors Sportsmen's Caucus  

On Friday September 23, Virginia’s Gov. Glenn Youngkin became the newest member of the bipartisan Governors Sportsmen’s Caucus (GSC). Since taking office in January, Gov. Youngkin has shown a strong commitment to sporting conservation, including through the signing of public lands Sunday hunting legislation and the issuance of a National Hunting and Fishing Day proclamation. Gov. Youngkin will join 30 other Governors from across the country as a member of the GSC, which has worked to advance the interests of America’s sportsmen and women since 2009.


Bill to Promote Restoration of Abandoned Mines Receives Senate Hearing

Senate Committee Considers Important CSF Supported Forestry Measure

Michigan Bill Would Ensure That State’s Natural Resource Commissioners Are Proven Sportsmen and Women

Pheasant Season Opening in Several Northeastern States – How Non-Native Species Can Benefit Ecosystems and the Economy

Washington Sportsmen Unite Under New Coalition; CSF’s Pacific States Manager Elected as Co-Chair

2022 Annual NASC Sportsman-Legislator Summit (November 29-December 02) 

Apply Now for a CSF Internship

Brad Rowse Internship Program

Event and Development Internship Program

Fisheries Policy Intern Program


DWR Launches First Drone Law Enforcement Team (Utah Division of Wildlife Resources)

Gov. Polis: CPW Discovered Threatened Greenback Cutthroat Trout Naturally Reproducing in Ancestral Waters of Their Native South Platte Drainage (Colorado Parks and Wildlife)

Louisiana and Mississippi Continue Fight Against CWD (The Natchez Democrat)

Posey Appointed Executive Director of the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks (Clarion Ledger)

Regulated Trapping is Part of Idaho’s Heritage, and it Plays an Important Role in Wildlife Management (Idaho Department of Fish and Wildlife)

Thoughts on What Constitutes a Healthy Forest (Yale School of the Environment)



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