The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has announced 27 projects that will receive a total of $10.7 million in grants through the Fisheries Restoration Grant Project for fiscal year 2021. The projects are focused on the restoration, enhancement, and protection of anadromous salmonid habitat in California watersheds.
It only took 45 years, but the gray wolf has recovered. After being virtually eliminated from the lower 48 states by the early part of the 20th century, the gray wolf is back – and in HUGE numbers! Through a partnership of states, tribes, conservation organizations and private landowners, the once-endangered predator is now flourishing.
Bears are a big thing (literally!) in Lake Tahoe. There’s a whole section of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife website devoted to the black bear! Because they’re in the news so often up in Lake Tahoe, The CDFW has launched a new blog called “Bear Naked Truth” to provide accurate and up-to-date information […]
The Great American Outdoors Act signed by President Trump is the gift that just keeps on giving! Thank you again, President Trump for your actions, and thank you Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation for all of your hard work fighting to get this to President Trump’s desk. American sportsmen owe you a debt that cannot be repaid.
Wasting NO time now that the Great American Outdoors Act has been signed by President Trump, Interior Secretary David Bernhardt has created the a coordination and implementation task force to reconnoiter the National Park System, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Indian Affairs, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service lands and create a road map […]