President Donald Trump today proposed a $1.3 billion Fiscal Year 2018 (FY18) budget for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Public lands fish and wildlife habitat, public access funding, and hunting opportunities will face severe negative impacts in the administration’s budget.
Today President Donald J. Trump sent Congress a proposed budget request of $639.1 billion, $574.5 billion in the base budget and $64.6 billion in the Overseas Contingency Operations budget.
President Trump’s budgetary assault on the Department of State and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is long overdue.
Hunters and anglers would find less healthy habitat and more public access closures under President Trump’s proposed budget…
Minnesota’s world-class natural resources and outdoor recreation opportunities would be maintained and improved under a budget being proposed by Gov. Mark Dayton.
Regardless of where your company falls on that spectrum, it’s critical to get the most out of every advertising dollar and to do that, businesses must understand the best way to reach their…..
An omnibus budget deal released by Congress early this morning increases agency funding and includes a measure that reauthorizes the Land and Water Conservation Fund – but for only three years.
The federal appropriations process currently underway in both houses of Congress includes numerous provisions that sportsmen – and other citizens who value healthy fish and wildlife habitat…..
A proposed amendment to the draft Senate budget for Fiscal Year 2016 would prohibit the sale of federal public lands to reduce the deficit and is drawing both bipartisan support within the Senate…..
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.
The ODFW Commission has announced that it will consider the Department of Fish and Wildlife’s proposed budget request for approval when it meets August 1st at ODFW Headquarters.
TRCP and partners urge members of Congress to strongly fund critical conservation programs in appropriations process.
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…
The Washington Times reports that Obama is removing gunwalking prohibitions and including anti-gun provisions in the 2013 budget.