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Why Wilderness Matters to Hunters and Anglers
A hunter's perspective on the Wilderness debate
5 Things Outdoorsmen Need to Know About the Public Lands Package
The Senate passed the Natural Resources Management Act S. 47 earlier this week, now it heads to the House
Farm Bill Uncertainty Looms Over Conservation Projects
This week, Zane Zaubi logged another cold December morning in a treestand at a river bottom property he manages near...
Lame Duck Session Could Be Key for the Land and Water Conservation Fund Reauthorization
On the marsh, a lame duck session involves a well-trained retriever. In Congress this year, the Lame Duck Session offers...
10 Myths About Hunting Mature Whitetail Bucks
It’s time to bust some of the most prevalent mistruths about big deer
Congress Lets the Land and Water Conservation Fund Expire, but Still Has a Chance at Redemption
There is bipartisan support for the LWCF, which is one of our most successful access and habitat programs
Study: Bighorn Sheep and Moose Learn Migration Skills from Previous Generations
Bighorn sheep, moose and presumably other big game animals, teach each other long and intricate migration routes, and that cultural...
Land & Water Conservation Fund Clears Major Hurdle
The House Committee on Natural Resources passed a bill that would permanently authorize the fund. The bill still needs to pass the full house, Senate, and President
TRCP Report: 9.5 Million Acres of Public Land are Inaccessible in the West
Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership and onX have found that nearly 10 million acres of public land are landlocked (meaning legally...
Q&A with Steve Scott, the Food Plot King
The Whitetail Institute's VP on 30 years of food plots, deer hunting, and stewardship