$1.6 Billion of Sportsmen and Women Generated Funding Announced by DOI

On March 3, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced over $1.6 billion in apportionments created through excise taxes paid last year on hunting, shooting, fishing, and boating equipment. These funds, generated under the Pittman-Robertson and Dingell-Johnson Acts, will be disbursed through the FWS' Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Programs. This marks back-to-back years of record-breaking funding. 


CSF, Partners Express Support for Important Coastal Conservation Effort

CSF Hires Great Plains States Coordinator 

Firearms Remain a Focus Across the Midwest

Non-Resident, College Student Licensing Bill Introduced in Alaska by NASC Executive Council Member Senator Wilson

CSF Weighs in on Numerous Hot Button Bills in Tennessee

In Maryland, CSF Testified on Behalf of Sportsmen and Women


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Brad Rowse Internship Program

Event and Development Internship Program

Fisheries Policy Intern Program


March 21 - Illinois Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus Reception & Auction

April 25 - Congressional Clays Competition 

May 19 - South Carolina Sporting Clays Classic

Bill would allow gun permit holders to carry pistols deer hunting - but not to hunt with (Providence Journal) 

REEF Act makes a splash with sportfishing groups ( 


50 Years of Hunter Education in Alabama (Outdoor Alabama)

Michigan awards $3.6 million for invasive species projects (State of Michigan) 

Montana: Governor appoints two new members to Fish and Wildlife Commission (Outdoor Wire) 

SCI Concludes its 2023 Annual Convention in Music City (Safari Club International)

Turkey Season on the Horizon in Mississippi (Clarion Ledger)


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