federal public lands provide our country’s largest blocks of fish and
wildlife habitat and are the backbone of hunting and fishing
opportunities for millions of Americans. But this public-lands heritage
is at risk. Our Western lands face mounting pressure from energy
development – both traditional and renewable, hard-rock mining, changing
and extreme weather patterns and new incursions into pristine
the spirit of seminal conservation leaders such as Theodore Roosevelt
and Aldo Leopold, sportsmen-conservationists are leading the charge to
develop real-world solutions to these development pressures. The TRCP
and our partners are working to ensure a positive future for our fish,
wildlife and outdoor heritage while our nation’s energy and mineral
needs are being satisfied.
can help! Join Hunters and Anglers for Responsible Development today to
stay informed and get involved with issues that affect our Western
hunting and fishing heritage. You’ll not only be working to conserve our
outdoor traditions, you will be entered into a drawing to win an Orvis Access 9’, 4-piece, Tip-flex fly rod and an Orvis fly reel.