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Speak Up For A Balanced Approach to Oil Shale and Tar Sands Development

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Improve Public Lands Management - BLM "Planning 2.0"

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Planning 2.0 is our opportunity to create a BLM planning approach that directly benefits Western hunters and anglers, and fish and wildlife populations, along with the billions of dollars of annual economic boost provided by public land recreationists.

Improve public land management in Carson City's BLM district

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Sportsmen need to protect our hunting heritage, by ensuring that the public lands in Carson City's BLM district are responsibly managed for habitat, hunting, and access.

Tell Congress that you support clean water

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Tell your legislators today that you support strong, science-based protections for America's waters.

Keep conservation funding from being burned

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End fire borrowing now.

Sustain the future of the American sportsmen: Fully fund LWCF!

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Sportsmen and -women understand that the LWCF is essential to the future of hunting and fishing in the U.S. Speak up in support of the LWCF.

Support the Missouri Breaks in Montana

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The BLM oversees 750,300 acres of public lands near the Missouri Breaks, the agency currently is developing a plan that will guide the stewardship of these lands for decades to come.

Stop the transfer of our public lands

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Sign our petition to stop the sell-off of our public land.

Sportsmen Oppose Sage Grouse Delay Rider

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Tell Congress: Stop making mischief with sage-grouse management

Sportsmen Comments on Upper Snake RMP

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The Bureau of Land Management oversees 1.8 million acres of public lands on the BLM Upper Snake, and the agency is currently developing a plan that will guide the stewardship of these lands for the next two to three decades.



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