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Congress Passes Great American Outdoors Act, Heads for President’s Signature

Funds in part will support deferred maintenance projects on federal lands.

Mountain Dew Spending $100K Helping Outdoorsmen Buy Hunting and Fishing Licenses

The “Out Here It’s Dew” campaign gives $20 toward 5,000 outdoorsmen’s 2020 licenses.

Two Major Congressional Bills to Benefit Hunting and Wildlife Conservation

The first bill—the Great American Outdoors Act—may be on the President’s desk this week.

State Wildlife Agencies’ Hunt Raffles Support Wildlife and Habitat

These creative fundraising initiatives aid wildlife while creating more hunting opportunities.

Youth Archery Camps Change Lives One Arrow at a Time

Raised at Full Draw offers opportunities to learn about archery, hunting and the outdoors.

Make a Summer Splash with Feasts by the Fireside

Whether it’s for a July 4th camping trip or a fall hunt, these easy meals...

Is Your Summer Flu Actually Lyme Disease?

Summer is tick season. Follow these precautions and know when to ask for a Lyme...

Turn that Safari into a “Stay-fari” This Fall

Cancelling an international hunt due to COVID-19? Focus on a U.S. adventure.

Bowfishing for Invasive Species Keeps Archery Skills Sharp

Here's another way sportsmen help to keep invasive species’ populations in check.

Colorado Hunting/Fishing License Needed to Enter State Wildlife Areas

On July 1, campers and backpackers will pay their share to access state wildlife areas.

Priceless Lessons Learned during the Pandemic

Passing on the hunting tradition to a grandchild strengthens bonds and provides immeasurable rewards.

DOI Signals $160 Million for Wetland Conservation and Refuge Projects

Interior Secretary Bernhardt says sportsmen’s funds will aid bird species continent-wide.

Hunting Shop Owner Witnesses COVID-19 Impacts on Outdoor Sports

Thanks to groups like the NRA, the pandemic marks a resurgence of outdoor pursuits.

Sportsmen’s Survival Kit Essentials

Sometimes it’s the basic items you need most in your emergency preparedness kit.

How Will America Continue to Pay for Wildlife Conservation?

The conservation of our wildlife resources is a job for hunters and non-hunters alike.

Imprisoned in Suburbia and Homesick for Wilderness

Connecting with nature underscores that we are a part of—not apart from—the natural world.

NRA Lauds DOI’s Historic Push to Open 2.3 Million Acres to Hunting

Interior Secretary Bernhardt’s proposal to add to sportsmen's mix marks historic expansion.

NRA Signs Letter to Governors, Mayors to Keep Hunting Open

A coalition of hunter-backed groups presses government officials to lift hunting bans during the pandemic.

NRA Among Groups Urging Governors Not to Cancel Spring Hunts

Hunter organizations write governors to keep public lands open while still meeting CDC guidelines.

Infectious Mat Best “Quarantine” Song Calls Out Anti-Hunting Buds

Veteran celebs, athletes and country music stars team up—remotely—bringing good cheer to all.
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