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What's good for the bird is good for the herd
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The Roosevelt Report

June 18


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Thank you for speaking up for sage grouse!

Greater Sage Grouse

Image courtesy of USFWS.

Sage-grouse conservation plans live to see another day, thanks to sportsmen. You spoke up for sage grouse this week and the message was clear: Give conservation plans a chance to work. That’s what hunters from around the country told their Senators this week as debate on the National Defense Authorization Act unfolded. A bad amendment that would have delayed conservation plans for 10 years and undercut the collaborative process that is working to save this iconic gamebird was withdrawn from debate. Your voice helped make the difference.

Here’s some of the social media buzz from the past week.

From the Blog Skinny

Public Lands Transfers Threaten Sportsmen’s Access: Part One

Our public lands were created as a uniquely American solution to natural resource challenges that have plagued nations for centuries. How should we manage lands and waters located within our borders to best serve the interests of the public at large?

In this series, we review some of America’s finest hunting and fishing destinations that could be permanently seized from the public if politicians have their way.

What's the threat to sportsmen's access?


Newsletter TRCP Top 5

1) Let's protect the source of our clean water - The Denver Post

2) Federal lands don’t belong to the states - The Seattle Times

3) There may be more public land available for hunting and fishing later this year- Field & Stream

4) Stop and go traffic in Wyoming- Stalking the Seam

5) One of the most successful voluntary conservation programs is turning 30 - USDA

Newsletter Highlights


Are you #PublicLandsProud?

We love our access to public land and from the entries we've seen so far, so do you! Show us your proudest public land moments and help us protect our public lands legacy from being sold off forever.

From now through November 20, share your photos and videos with the hashtag #PublicLandsProud on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. We’ll re-post our favorites and select monthly winners to receive special prizes. At the end of the contest, we’ll select our grand prize winner.

Show us why you're #PublicLandsProud.

Images courtesy of #PublicLandsProud.

Theodore Roosevelt
Conservation Partnership

1660 L St. N.W., Suite 208, Washington, DC 20036
202-639-TRCP (8727),


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