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SELC Outlines Minimum Coal Waste Safeguards Necessary to Protect Environment, Public Health & Safety

Conservation Coalition Urges Focus on Clean Water

Partnership welcomes nominations of Administrator Jackson and Chairman Sutley, advocates restored protections for wetlands under Clean Water Act

WASHINGTON – A broad coalition of conservation interests today urged the incoming class of federal policymakers to restore federal protections

Striper Bill

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT JAN. 14 2009 – LEGISLATORS WORKING WITH STRIPERS FOREVER HAVE FILED GAME FISH LEGISLATION IN THIS SESSION OF THE MA LEGISLATURE

To our knowledge this is the first time in the history of the Commonwealth that such a Bill has been initiated. If passed, this will be

Peregrine Fund study shows hunter outreach effort in Utah will aid conservation of California Condors

BOISE, Idaho – Arizona’s program to reduce the exposure of endangered California Condors to lead from spent ammunition is so successful that a similar education and outreach effort now under way in Utah will greatly enhance the survival of the species in this region, says The Peregrine

From TU

You received an email asking you to take action supporting the Senate omnibus public lands package, S. 22. Unfortunately, the phone number listed in the January 9th email was incorrect. The correct phone number is: 202-224-3121. Thank you for your understanding and support.

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New TRCP Roadless Campaign Targets Backcountry Economics

“Banking on the Backcountry” mobilizes sporting businesses and organizations,
promotes economic value of responsibly managed roadless areas to new administration

WASHINGTON – Today, the anniversary of the 2001 federal roadless rule, the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership