From high mountain basins to sage benches and badlands, and from river corridors to forests of pine and juniper, America’s 438 million acres of Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service public lands are some of the best places to hunt and fish on the planet. This is sportsmen’s country, and as true citizens of the outdoors, we have a responsibility to speak up for the future of our public lands and hunting and fishing traditions.
Right now, decision makers in Washington, D.C., are attempting to rewrite the rules on how our public lands are managed. Unless sportsmen and women get involved, habitat safeguards for fish and game species could be eliminated and our hunting and fishing access and opportunities could be diminished.
Don’t let this happen. Speak up today for balanced multiple-use management of our public lands that support habitat conservation and our outdoor traditions.