Protecting Texas Oyster Reefs Again on the Commission Agenda  

On October 14, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation submitted a letter in support of the proposed moratorium on oyster harvest in Texas’ bays of Carlos, Mesquite, and Ayres. A measure considered necessary by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, the proposed moratorium would cover approximately 3% of Texas’ coastal oyster habitat and is being embraced by multiple sporting-conservation organizations


CSC Member Rep. Blake Moore Introduces Important Bill to Enhance Recreational Shooting Opportunities

Joint Workgroup Wraps Up Efforts to Identify Better Ways to Manage Recreational Fisheries

Sportsmen and Women Gather at Childress Vineyards to Celebrate Conservation During Annual Wine, Wheels & Wildlife Event

New Hampshire’s Search and Rescue Problem

Public Comment Period Open for Two U.S. Forest Service Habitat Projects in Virginia

Unintended Consequences: How Oregon’s Measure 114 Will Hurt Outdoor Recreation and Conservation

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


Active Forest Management on the Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests Critical to Supporting Hunting Heritage in the Mountains (Transylvania Times)

Iowa’s pheasant season is expected to be a repeat of 2021 (The Outdoor Wire)

Measure 114 will hamper recreation and habitat conservation (The Bulletin)

State Will Not Appeal Fisheries Management Lawsuit; Case Will Proceed to Address the Merits (Coastal Conservation Association North Carolina)



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