The Pope & Young Club/St. Charles Museum of Bowhunting to join Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium in Springfield, Missouri

Preeminent collection of bowhunting artifacts relocates to America’s Conservation Capital, home to unprecedented assembly of exhibits from leading conservation organizations SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Officials from the Pope & Young Club in Chatfield, Minn., together with noted conservationist and Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris, today announced plans to relocate the Pope & Young Club/St. Charles Museum… Continue reading The Pope & Young Club/St. Charles Museum of Bowhunting to join Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium in Springfield, Missouri

TRCP Applauds USDA Tongass Announcement

First step toward restoring safeguards to roadless areas in Alaska’s Tongass National Forest (Washington D.C.)—Hunters and anglers commended an announcement that the U.S. Department of Agriculture intends to “restore or replace” the previous administration’s decision to exempt the Tongass National Forest from the 2001 Roadless Rule. The Tongass exemption, which was finalized in October 2020,… Continue reading TRCP Applauds USDA Tongass Announcement

Early Bird Specials Available for 2021 Pope & Young Convention

The Pope & Young Club is pleased to announce an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in attending the 2021 Pope & Young Convention in Reno, Nevada this July. It is Pope & Young’s 60th Anniversary and this year’s Convention is set to be a show you will not want to miss. Scheduled for July 14-17… Continue reading Early Bird Specials Available for 2021 Pope & Young Convention

Hunters and Anglers Celebrate Reintroduction of the MAPLand Act

Legislation invests in digitized, integrated mapping resources for outdoor recreation (Washington D.C) —The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership applauds the reintroduction of landmark legislation that will enhance outdoor recreation on public lands by investing in modern technology that allows sportsmen and sportswomen to know exactly which lands and waters they can access. U.S. Senators Jim Risch… Continue reading Hunters and Anglers Celebrate Reintroduction of the MAPLand Act

Mule Deer Foundation Applauds Confirmation of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack

Salt Lake City, UT: The Mule Deer Foundation applauds the U.S. Senate for yesterday afternoon’s strong vote to confirm Tom Vilsack as the next secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. During his previous tenure overseeing the department, Vilsack worked closely with conservation organizations and ranchers on national forest lands and sagebrush rangelands to ensure these… Continue reading Mule Deer Foundation Applauds Confirmation of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack

Hunting, Fishing Group Coalition on 30 by 30 Biodiversity Initiative Grows

February 16, 2021 (WASHINGTON, D.C.) – As of today, 42 hunting, fishing and conservation organizations have taken a significant step forward for conservation by officially joining as signatories to the “Hunting and Fishing Community Statement on the 30 by 30 Initiative.” The coalition gained 29 new signatories since the coalition’s establishment in October. The “Thirty by… Continue reading Hunting, Fishing Group Coalition on 30 by 30 Biodiversity Initiative Grows

Interior Will Ensure Land and Water Conservation Fund Is Used Where It’s Needed Most

Hunters and anglers call for prioritization of projects that increase public access to recreational opportunities (Washington, D.C.) — The Department of Interior announced today that it will be reducing restrictions on the availability of Land and Water Conservation Fund investments, ensuring that these dollars are used for the best possible opportunities to enhance public land… Continue reading Interior Will Ensure Land and Water Conservation Fund Is Used Where It’s Needed Most

U.S. Department of Agriculture Moves to Boost Private Lands Conservation

Farmers and ranchers have more time to enroll in the Conservation Reserve Program (Washington D.C.)—Heeding calls from the hunting and fishing community, the U.S. Department of Agriculture today announced it’s extending enrollment for the Conservation Reserve Program—the nation’s most successful private lands conservation initiative. Since 1985, the Conservation Reserve Program has offered incentives for American… Continue reading U.S. Department of Agriculture Moves to Boost Private Lands Conservation

Amidst a Flurry of Recent Actions, Another Significant Land-Use Plan is Released in Alaska

aadadadad The TRCP commits to seeing hunting, fishing opportunities maintained in BLM’s Central Yukon plan (Fairbanks, Alaska)— Today the Bureau of Land Management released a draft resource management plan that—when finalized—will guide future public land management decisions on 13.1 million acres of public lands in central and northern Alaska for the next 15 to 20 years. “The… Continue reading Amidst a Flurry of Recent Actions, Another Significant Land-Use Plan is Released in Alaska