Tag: fishing groups

  • 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, […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 […]

  • CRP Provides New Administration an Opportunity to Invest in Conservation

    With more than 3 million acres still available for enrollment, the Biden Administration has an opportunity to make a significant commitment to soil, water, and wildlife by addressing management of the Conservation Reserve Program (Washington, D.C.) — With just 21.9 million acres enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program—the lowest enrollment since 1987—hunting and fishing groups […]