Oregon Sportsmen and Sportswomen Oppose Ballot Measure 114 as Ineffective Approach to Reducing Gun Violence 

Outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy recreational opportunities in Oregon are uniting in opposition to Ballot Measure 114 on the November ballot. The Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation is helping to lead the Sportsmen Opposed to Gun Violence PAC, which brings together a host of sporting-conservation groups concerned with the unintended consequences this measure will have on legal hunting and conservation funding. 


NMFS Proposed Rule Will Do Little to Protect Right Whales, Impede Access for Atlantic Coast Anglers

CSF Organizes Sign-On Letter with Partners to Oppose Harmful Michigan Legislation

Fall Trout Stocking Underway Across the Northeast

CSF Submits Comments in Support of Wild Animal List Expansion in Georgia

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

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Deer Hunting East vs. West (National Deer Association)

Florida Announces Opening of Fall Recreational Red Snapper Season in Gulf (Outdoor Wire)

NWTF Florida State Chapter Pledges $100,000 to Healthy Habitats. Healthy Harvests for 2023 (NWTF)

Virginia’s First Modern-Day Elk Hunt Brings in Big Dollars for Conservation Funding (Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation)



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