As House and Senate Republicans prepare to debate their Fiscal Year 2016 budget priorities, sportsmen remain on guard against proposals that would transfer or sell federal public lands to state…….
House lawmakers from the Committee on Appropriations met today to consider funding decisions impacting fish, wildlife, and public lands.
TRCP President and CEO Whit Fosburgh testified at a hearing of the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources in support of the Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act of 2015, championed by Sens. Lisa…
The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership today announced their launch of “Critter Madness,” a tournament-style contest that will determine America’s favorite game species.
Hunter, angler, and former Field & Stream staffer will lead media outreach for sportsmen’s group…
Discussions of water conservation issues do not have to be filled with gloom and doom drought scenarios or water pollution….
Sportsmen & women from Colorado converged on the Colorado State Capitol Feb 25th to protest efforts by members of the Colorado legislature to take control of federally managed public lands…
The TRCP applauded today’s announcement by the U.S. Department of Agriculture detailing the 2015 application process and funding levels for the Voluntary Public Access and Habitat Incentives Program.
Sportsmen and -women from across Idaho are uniting to protest efforts by members of the Idaho legislature to take control of federally managed public lands.
A diverse coalition representing more than 1,200 groups dedicated to balanced natural resources policy urged congressional leaders to implement a 2-percent increase in funding for key programs.
In a $3.99 trillion budget released this morning by the White House, sportsmen’s priorities are singled out for robust funding, drawing praise from the TRCP and many of its partners.
This week, a diverse group of voices representing business, conservation, the faith community and affected cities and towns will speak out about the importance of clean water.
Sportsmen’s groups and industry members have launched an aggressive new campaign to rally against efforts by special interests to transfer or sell America’s federal public lands.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture today announced close to $800 million in funding for locally led solutions to regional conservation challenges in 2015 via its Regional Conservation Partnership.
Sportfishing enthusiasts have a new source of conservation and fishing news in the form of Costa’s Watery Rave blog, which is being reintroduced to the blogosphere this week.
The Wildfire Disaster Funding Act has been introduced to the 114th Congress by Reps. Mike Simpson of Idaho and Kurt Schrader of Oregon.
Whit Fosburgh, president and CEO of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, has been named a 2014 Bass Pro Shops Conservation Partner of the Year.
The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership announced today that Rod Nelson, Eric Schwaab, George Thornton and Paul Vigano have joined the TRCP board of directors.
The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership today released a comprehensive list of its Top 10 Underreported Conservation Stories of 2014.
The Gunnison sage grouse was declared a threatened species today under the Endangered Species Act, and the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership are urging proactive conservation strategies.
Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership Receives Majority of Funds from Big Green, not Sportsmen…
Wyoming Game & Fish Department biologists, new sportsmen’s coalition to meet with the public to discuss mule deer management in the face of diminished herd numbers.
The U.S. Department of the Interior and Bureau of Land Management was urged to “act promptly and meaningfully to conserve intact and unfragmented BLM-administered public lands across the West.”
The SFRED commended the BLM’s first master leasing plan as a strategy for enabling energy projects while simultaneously sustaining valuable fish and wildlife habitat.
As Congress considers immediate action on clean water rule, hunters and anglers urge restoration of protections for nation’s waters and wetlands.
Sportsmen’s role in conservation, expanded access, and increased hunting and shooting opportunities form nexus of innovative relationship…
Thriving populations of sage-grouse are an indicator of healthy sagebrush ecosystems, and that’s good for mule deer and other species that sportsmen care about…
USDA opens signup for Voluntary Public Access program, increasing access opportunities, bolstering outdoors-dependent economy.
Influential sportsmen leaders, management professionals pledge to participate in ‘Planning 2.0’ to conserve valuable sporting, wildlife and economic resources.
Sportsmen’s contribution to Wyoming Game & Fish Department will facilitate hunting and angling access on privately owned lands.
Paul Tudor Jones, Sens. Debbie Stabenow and Thad Cochran recognized at 6th annual awards dinner.
TRCP and partners urge members of Congress to strongly fund critical conservation programs in appropriations process.
Today, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Environmental Protection Agency jointly released a proposed rule that would clearly define which streams and wetlands are protected by the Clean Water Act…
Wyoming Game & Fish Department to receive state funds for two key expenses previously paid for through hunting and fishing license fees…
Bipartisan, bicameral bill addresses sportsmen’s consensus priorities, now moves to Senate…
Following a recent announcement by House and Senate leaders of a successfully negotiated budget for fiscal years 2014 and 2015, sportsmen are uniting to advocate for strong funding for conservation initiatives…