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Victory in Vermont: NRA Applauds Defeat of Bill Aiming to Put Anti-Hunters on Fish and Wildlife Board

The win sounds home the effectiveness of local advocacy in influencing state legislation.

Oregon Study Results in Ad Campaign to Increase Public Awareness of Poaching

The campaign website generated more than 5 million views in the first 90 days.

More Consumers Relying on Hunting to Sidestep Rising Food Costs

Inflation is driving Americans to find ways to lower grocery bills.

Rhode Island Applauds Hunting's Role in Wildlife Conservation and Deer Management

Hunters are respectful, cost-effective stewards of the state’s wildlife resources.

The NRA and Researcher Mark Damian Duda: Teaming Up to Ensure Hunting’s Cultural Acceptance

The benefit is groundbreaking research and a book on how to talk about hunting.

Smoke and Mirrors: Newsweek Article Exposed for False Claim That Hunting Harms the Environment

A wildlife biologist touts the role of legal, regulated hunting in wildlife management.

A Young Hunter's Connection with the Natural World

Fifty years later, the author's childhood experiences drive his conservation ethic.

Michigan Looking to Reinstate Wolf Hunt If Species Is Delisted

The state’s Natural Resources Commission aims to control growing wolf populations.

Harvesting Memories: Thanksgiving Afield

Today we give thanks for the blessings of family, friends and our outdoor traditions.

Wyoming Gov. Gordon Joins NRA in Proclaiming November Wild Game Meat Donation Month

Gov. Gordon touts hunters’ vital role in fighting hunger across the Cowboy State.

Wyoming Gov. Gordon Launches “Inspire a Kid” Initiative with State’s Game and Fish Department

The governor encourages Wyoming’s youth to explore the great outdoors.

Operation Orphans: Teaching Hunting and Life Skills through the Great Outdoors

The Texas program has taken nearly 20,000 orphans on hunting and fishing trips.

N.J. Gov. Murphy Permanently Reinstates Bear Hunt to Cut Species’ Populations

Hunters mark a conservation win as hunting is lauded as a wildlife management tool.

NRA, Partners Oppose Feds’ Attempt to Remove USFWS Oversight of Federal Subsistence Board

Operating on the front lines as well as behind the scenes is what secures conservation.

Hunters Support Emergency Closure of Caribou Hunt in Alaska GMU 13

Legal, regulated hunting is scientifically managed to ensure health of the species.

NRA’s Karen Mehall Phillips Wins National POMA Writing Award

The NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum remains out front in saving hunting’s future.

Alaska Confirms First Case of Rabies in Moose

The first confirmed moose case in all of North America is attributed to a fox.

Native American Fish and Wildlife Society is the Newest Recruit to NRA’s Online Hunter Education Course

The NAFWS is now offering the free NRA program to all of its tribal members.

Should You Keep or Donate Your Wild Game Meat?

If your own freezer is full, consider feeding the needy in your community.

Wyoming Hunter Launches “Let a Deer Walk” Program Following State’s Disastrous Winterkill

Hunters remain America’s top conservationists as Western states address wildlife losses.
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