Sportsmen and women are growing weary of every move Congress makes these days, nuanced or obvious, that threatens our tried and true system of public lands.
Each year, more than 40 million Americans head into the wild to hunt or fish. Whether you seek elk in the White River National forest from North America’s largest herd, chase white tailed deer and waterfowl in Nebraska’s Valentine National Wildlife refuge, fish for walleye or bass in Minnesota’s Boundary Waters or pursue salmon on Alaska’s waters. Attacks on our public lands could make each of these experiences a thing of the past.
Take Action! Send members of Congress a message: America's sportsmen and women expect public lands to stay in public hands, and urge them to oppose any effort to sell or transfer the foundation of our sporting heritage.
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