In the states, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation States Program Team works with pro-sportsmen elected leaders through the collaboration of the individual sportsmen’s caucuses that make up the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses and governors who are part of the Governors Sportsmen’s Caucus.
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Encouraging the participation of sportsmen and women in the political process is critical… Read More
Instead of discarding or wasting game meat harvested through nuisance or crop damage… Read More
The National Archery in the Schools Program® (NASP®) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) that aims… Read More
Recreational fishing is widely accepted as a wholesome and non-controversial lifetime… Read More
National Hunting and Fishing Day celebrates the time-honored traditions of hunting and… Read More
In an effort to improve the quality of young people’s lives, several states have… Read More
Similar to hunting, a lack of access is cited as one of the primary barriers to… Read More
The vast majority of states throughout the nation offer an online component of the… Read More
Opportunities exist across the country to enrich the lives of terminally ill youth by… Read More
Participation in hunting has been generally declining since the 1980’s. Hunting license… Read More
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- User conflicts with non-consumptive users (7.79%)
- Inadequate funding (whether due to budget, fire-borrowing, or other reasons) for improving wildlife populations and habitat (10.39%)
- Poor habitat and land management (12.99%)
- Access restrictions to hunting, fishing, or recreational shooting (11.69%)
- Privatization or transfer of federal public lands (57.14%)