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Blog Post: Policy Fellow Brett Stayton

Participating in the Brad Rowse Policy Fellowship Program with the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) this summer, I learned something new every day and I gained a much greater appreciation for the political process as it pertains to… Read More

Blog Post: Policy Fellow Shannon Riley

My name is Shannon Riley and I was a summer 2016 Brad Rowse Policy Fellow at the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation. A senior History Major at the University of Notre Dame, I was searching for an internship opportunity that would permit me… Read More

Why We Should Support State-Based Fisheries Management

By Chris Horton, CSF Fisheries Program Director Coming from the freshwater side of fisheries management, it is easy for me to see why state inland fisheries managers are successful in both managing for conservation and maximizing public… Read More

National Hunting & Fishing Day Resource Center

Governor Proclamations recognizing Saturday, September 24, 2016, as National Hunting and Fishing Day (NHFD), and its benefits to their respective states: Alabama Governor Robert Bentley, Member, Governors Sportsmen's Caucus: NHFD… Read More

Wildlife for the 21st Century Volume V

Wildlife for the 21st Century: Volume V is the fifth in a series of recommendations from the American Wildlife Conservation Partners (AWCP) beginning in 2001. AWCP is a consortium of 47 organizations that represent the interests of America’s… Read More

The True Identity of America’s Conservationists

This campaign includes a letter developed and published by several members of the American Wildlife Conservation Partners, a group of the nation's leading conservation organizations. It explains how hunters and anglers are true… Read More

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