The Sportsmen's Conservation Project is dedicated to protecting the best places to hunt and fish on America's public lands, and ensuring that future generations of sportsmen and women have the same outdoor opportunities we enjoy today. To accomplish those goals, we need your help. And there has never been a better time to join the growing coalition of hunters and anglers that is fast becoming the most effective voice for conservation in the nation:
"One could argue that the most powerful conservation advocates in the West aren't so much 'green' as 'camouflage,'" notes outdoor writer Kirk Deeter. “That's because when it comes to the West's most pressing environmental issues – from leases on public lands for energy drilling, to mining development, to preservation of roadless areas, to dam removal and enforcement of clean water regulations – it's the voices of anglers and hunters that have not only become the loudest, but those that are being heard by policy makers from state capitol buildings to Washington, D.C."
Here's how you can get involved and make sure your voice is heard: