House CSC Members Introduce ACE Reauthorization Act, a Significant CSF Priority

Last week, the America’s Conservation Enhancement (ACE) Reauthorization Act was introduced in the House of Representatives in a strong bipartisan fashion. The ACE Reauthorization Act will reauthorize fish, wildlife, and habitat conservation programs across the nation that are important to sportsmen and women.


Busy in the Bluegrass State – Recapping a Successful Legislative Session in Kentucky

Kentucky’s sportsmen and women were faced with several bills during the 2024 legislative session, both positive and negative, that would impact their ability to enjoy our time-honored traditions. CSF had a seat at the table in Frankfort working on these bills to protect and promote Kentucky’s rich sporting heritage.


Air Rifle Field Trip Impresses in New Hampshire

On June 15, members of the New Hampshire Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus, with coordination from Co-Chair and National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses Executive Council President, Representative Jeff Goley, attended a live fire/ hand on, air rifle demonstration at the Sig Sauer Experience Center in Epping, NH.


Nebraska Commissioners Consider Expanding Mountain Lion Hunting Opportunities

While there are states that are aiming to reduce or completely remove hunting opportunities for mountain lions, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commissioners are again looking to expand these opportunities in the Cornhusker State.


Nevada Sportsmen’s Caucus Gathers for Inaugural Fly Fishing Retreat & Educational Event

Thursday, June 18, 2024 saw members of the Nevada sportsmen’s caucus, game commission, NDOW, and several of CSF’s in-state partners gathered for a day of fly fishing, fellowship, education, and policy discussion.



Boone and Crockett Club Strong Proponent of the Proposed Forest Conservation Easement Program (Farm Progress)

One Million Acres Conserved by DU in 2023 (Field & Stream)

Latest DNR Survey Shows Stable Wolf Population in Michigan (Michigan Department of Natural Resources)

CRPA Legislative Director Rick Travis Talks About California’s Growing Bear Problem (California Rifle and Pistol Association)

Unified Colorado Sportsmen’s Groups Launch “Decline to Sign” Effort to Oppose the Mountain Lion Hunting Ban (Outdoor Life)

Wild Turkey Brood Survey (Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department)

Report Fish Kills (Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife)


In the first half of this week’s feature on suppressors, silencers and sportsmen Fred catches up with Knox Williams of the American Suppressor Association (ASA). The two talk about recent victories in Vermont and the remaining states that do not allow hunting with suppressors. Next, Fred is joined by CSF board member and CEO of Silencer Central Brandon Maddox, and the two explore the potential $200 million windfall that redirecting federal suppressor ‘tax stamp’ revenue to conservation would bring to conservation.



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