President Biden Signs Into Law CSF Top Priority, the Protecting Hunting Heritage and Education Act

Last week, President Biden signed the bipartisan Protecting Hunting Heritage and Education Act into law. Led by Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus (CSC) Members Reps. Mark Green and Richard Hudson as well as Sens. Tester and Cornyn, this bill will ensure that certain federal funds remain available for hunter education, archery in schools, wilderness programs, and many other critical student enrichment programs. 

CSF’s In-House Fisheries Expert Discusses the Future of Angling at ASA Sportfishing Summit

CSF and Partners Provide Funding Recommendations for Whale Conservation Efforts

FWS Announces Strong Progress on Hunting Permits, CSF Expects More Significant Progress in 2024


Proposed Colorado Ballot Initiative Would Ban All Mountain Lion and Bobcat Hunting

Let the Kids Play. . . and Hunt and Fish

Governors Across the Southeast Recognize the Contributions of Sportsmen and Women to Conservation

CSF Celebrates Temporary Victory in Protecting $190 Million in Conservation Funding in Pennsylvania – But the Fight is not Over


Celebrate Nature Nearby During National Wildlife Refuge Week (U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)

Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Opens New Public Archery Range (Fox 56 News)

Good News on Fishing Participation at ASA Summit (The Fishing Wire)

Could forward-facing sonar change fisheries management in the future? (The Fishing Wire)


Episode 4 of the TSV Podcast is now streaming! Join TSV Host Fred Bird and special guests Keely Hopkins, CSF Manager of the Northwestern states, and Bill Gaines as they dive into the harmful effects of California’s AB 28 Firearms and Ammunition: Excise Tax, and AB 2571 Firearms: advertising to minors. Streaming now on your favorite podcast platform, listen today to learn how laws like AB 28 (and others like it) could threaten the fabric of conservation funding in this nation with so-called ‘sin taxes’ and how we can challenge them without harming the Federal excise taxes that fund conservation. Listen today on your favorite streaming service!


"There is no better way to help assure the strength of CSF and future opportunities for hunters and anglers."

NASCAR Hall of Famer and CSF Board Chairman Richard Childress joined the CSF Board of Directors to bring the same level of enthusiasm and dedication he brings to racing to ensuring the rights of hunters and anglers. Childress, an avid outdoorsman, is as passionate about giving back as he is about hunting and fishing. To keep supporting CSF well into the future, Mr. Childress became a CSF Heritage Fund Donor. Please follow this link to learn more about Mr. Childress' story and how you too can provide a voice for America's sportsmen and women via planned giving. 

Our outdoor heritage needs YOU!  Get involved today so we can keep fighting for tomorrow.


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