Recently, Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) President Jeff Crane joined members of the Young Presidents’ Organization in Wyoming as a featured speaker. Surrounded by the pristine and open great outdoors of Jackson Hole, Crane focused on sportsmen’s priorities for wildlife conservation in the new administration.
Items discussed included: developing relationships with the new administration and opportunities to address longstanding priorities for the sportsmen’s conservation community; as well as working closely with the state partners, including fish and wildlife agencies, in order to develop better state-federal partnerships.
Introduced by Charles (A.C.) Smid, a CSF Chairman’s Club Member, Crane also touched on the benefits of supporting CSF’s mission of protecting and advancing hunting, angling, recreational shooting, and trapping as an individual Chairman’s Club Member.
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