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HSC Legislative Alert!

HSC is excited to announce the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act has been introduced today in the U.S. House by Representatives Dingell (D-MI-12) and Fortenberry (R-NE-01). This bipartisan legislation establishes a 21st Century funding model for the proactive conservation of fish and wildlife. This legislation redirects $1.3 billion annually in existing revenues to state fish and wildlife agencies to implement their science-driven wildlife action plans, and an additional $97.5 million to tribal wildlife managers to conserve species on tribal lands and waters. This funding will ensure those with a proven track record of success in species conservation and recovery can proactively conserve at-risk fish and wildlife in a voluntary, non-regulatory manner. 

HSC is a member of the Alliance for America’s Fish & Wildlife and is in support of this piece of critical legislation. 


Join us in support of the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act so that future generations may enjoy the same abundant fish and wildlife, and outdoor recreation opportunities that we have.
Send a letter to your Members of Congress by Clicking Here!   

For additional information:
Legislative Fact Sheet HERE
Bill Changes for the 116th Congress HERE

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