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On Capitol Hill
CSF Joins American Wildlife Conservation Partners in Supporting the Conservation of America's Wetlands
On March 20, the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation (CSF) joined 32 partner organizations from the American Wildlife Conservation Partners (AWCP) in signing onto a letter in support of the North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) in Fiscal Year (FY) 2019.
Interior Secretary Zinke Allocates $1.1 Billion for State-based Conservation Funding 
This week, Secretary of the Interior (DOI) Ryan Zinke announced that more than $1 billion in annual national funding will be allocated to state fish and wildlife agencies across the country to be used for their conservation efforts. Read More > >
CSF Works with Congressional Leaders to Inc lude Sportsmen's Priorities in Omnibus Bill
Over the last week, the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation (CSF) and partners from the sportsmen's conservation community worked closely with Congressional leadership to ensure that several funding priorities for the sportsmen's community are included in the FY2018 Omnibus appropriations bill. Read More > >

In the States
Missouri: Caucus Hosts Annual Sportsmen's Breakfast

By Joel Hodgdon, Central Midwestern States Coordinator
On March 15, members of the bipartisan and bicameral Missouri Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus gathered with the state's sportsmen's community for its annual breakfast at the Capitol. Read More > >

Nevada: Minimum Safe Hunting Distance Proposal Will Not Advance
By Soren Nelson, Pacific Southwest States Coordinator
On March 16, the Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners considered a proposal to establish a state-wide minimum safe hunting distance from an occupied dwelling. Read More > >

Oklahoma: Caucus Hosts Sportsmen's Day at the Capitol
By Joel Hodgdon, Central Midwestern Sates Coordinator
On March 21, members of the sportsmen's community came together for a Sportsmen's Day at the Capitol hosted by the Oklahoma Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus. Read More > >

West Virginia: Nonresident Student License Bill Advances
By John Culclasure, Central Appalachian States Manager
On March 20, Governors Sportsmen's Caucus member Jim Justice signed Senate Bill 346 into law which will allow nonresident college students to purchase West Virginia lifetime hunting and fishing licenses. 

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