leaders join dozens of outdoor executives to kick off the 2015 OIA Capitol Summit

Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman joined more than 50 outdoor industry leaders from across the country at the 2015 OIA Capitol Summit yesterday and today in Washington, D.C.

Sportsmen Strongly Support Land and Water Conservation Fund as House Debates Fund's Future

Key conservation program will expire in September without action by Congress

Headwater Streams, Wetlands Under Assault by House Proposals; BHA Urges Lawmakers to Stand up for Clean Water

As House meets today to consider 'waters of the U.S.' rule,
newly introduced legislation, spending bills would block rule's finalization

114 Sportsmen’s Groups Call on Congress to Reject All Efforts to Sell or Transfer Public Lands

Hunters and anglers who value public access won’t back down on this controversial issue WASHINGTON, D.C.

Nation’s Leading Sportsmen’s Organizations Urge Specific Protections for Bristol Bay, Alaska

Eighteen hunting and conservation groups signed a letter to lawmakers supporting the clarification of Clean Water Act protections WASHINGTON, D.C. – Eighteen of the top sportsmen’s groups in the United States penned a letter to leading appropriators in Congress supporting the swift completion of the EPA’s process to protect Bristol Bay from Pebble Mine development.