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Department of the Interior Ann...

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On August 21, the Department of the Interior (DOI) announced the transfer of 11,149 acres from the Western Rivers Conservancy along the John Day River in Oregon to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM)....

Interior Department Announces ...

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On June 5, the Department of the Interior (DOI) announced the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service submitted a proposed rule to open or expand more than 1.4 million acres of National Wildlife Refuge System ...

Savings from “Fire Fix” Sh...

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Dozens of sportsmen’s groups urge Congress to act swiftly so that dollars made available by last year’s wildfire funding solution are not diverted away from forest management....

Bobwhite Boot Camp

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The first of its kind in the country, the inaugural “Bobwhite Bootcamp” and its participants were funded for the three-day training through a National Fish & Wildlife Foundation grant issued throu...

Hunting, Fishing and Policy Ev...

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Hunting, fishing and policy every day – a dream come true for this California girl. Hunting, fishing, and other conservation have been a part of my life from a very young age. When I received the We...

USDA REOPENS CONTINUOUS CRP SI...

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USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) will accept applications beginning June 3, 2019, for certain practices under the continuous Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) signup and will offer extensions for e...

8 Places Where There Could Be ...

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In a ceremony at Ottowa National Wildlife Refuge in Ohio this week, Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt announced a proposal to expand hunting and fishing access on some U.S. Fish and Wildlife S...

Sage Grouse Populations Grow W...

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In the last two centuries, woody plants have been expanding into the world’s vast grasslands and shrub-steppe rangelands. In the U.S., the expansion of conifers into the Great Plains and sagebrush-s...

HABITAT RESTORATION EFFORTS FO...

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Restoring and sustaining the traditions of quail hunting in southern states is on the mind of upland hunters amidst a burst of Quail Forever chapter starts (11) stretching from the plains of Texas to ...