Don't miss this exclusive first-listen with Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt. He shares his take on conservation, guns, and energy policy.
“There has traditionally been bipartisan support for hunting expansions on refuges, which is one of six statutorily-designated priority uses of the nearly 100 million-acre system as described in the 1997 National Wildlife Refuge Improvement Act...It is our strong hope that this Administration will protect ongoing and continued access to our nation’s wildlife refuges and ensure that our sportsmen and women have the opportunity to access our great outdoors. We urge the Administration to abandon these settlement discussions and strongly defend this access for Americans.” — Congressional Western Caucus, April 12, 2022 In Episode 267 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses [...]
In this episode, Gabriella discusses her new IWF Policy Focus and concerns about the new E15 rule going into effect.
Gabriella speaks with veteran and author Braxton McCoy about the American conservationist tradition and current events. Tune in here!
Economist Stephen Moore joins the podcast to discuss Biden's disastrous energy and environmental policies today. Tune in here.
CFACT's Gabby Hoffman delivered a "Conservation is Conservative" talk to 110 people at Michigan Tech. Tune in here.
"I'm a North Dakota guy born and raised. I love visiting other places but North Dakota is always my home. You know, I've never really left here I grew up in a small little community which for the listeners if you're into walleye fishing, may be familiar with witches, Devils Lake, it's 160,000 freshwater acre lake that's sitting in the middle of the state that is probably one of the top five walleye fisheries in the whole US or North America even." — Tanner Cherney, influencer marketing specialist at SPYPOINT Trail Cameras In Episode 261 of District of Conservation, Gabriella publishes [...]
Are grizzlies and black bears improving? Why are conservationists getting death threats? Find out answers to all those questions and more on this latest episode of CFACT's Conservation Nation series!
A group of 40 hunting and fishing groups sent a letter opposing a proposed lead tackle ban on public lands in CBD vs USFWS.
"The argument about “unused” leases is a red herring, a smokescreen for energy policies that have had a hamstringing effect on the world’s leading producer of natural gas and oil. It suggests American producers have been motivated by a desire to manipulate the market during the current crisis in Europe. This is false. American oil and gas producers are able and willing to do their part to support American energy leadership, including providing energy that can help allies abroad." — Kevin O'Scannlain, API In Episode 259 of District of Conservation, Gabriella explains the differences between oil and gas leases versus permits [...]
CFACT's Gabby Hoffman will deliver her popular "Conservation is Conservative" lecture at Florida State University tonight at 6pm ET.
Virginia is now for Sunday hunting lovers. Learn about Senate Bill 8 and how 2 million acres of public land will be open on Sundays starting July 1st, 2022.
CFACT's Gabby Hoffman will deliver her popular lecture, "Conservation is Conservative" lecture at Appalachian State University tomorrow at 6pm ET. Here's how to watch her remarks.
IWF senior policy analyst Charlotte Whelan joins the podcast to discuss the problems with ESGs and failure to keep American energy security.
HOWL for Wildlife has facilitated over 100,000 call-to-actions on hunting and anti-hunting legislation. Learn about this new group today on the podcast.