Category Archives: Conservation

Newly Renovated Pfeiffer Falls Trail in Big Sur Now Open!

California State Parks and Save the Redwoods League work tirelessly to reopen popular trail On June 21, 2008 a lightning strike ignited the Basin Complex Fire, a wildfire that swept through 162,818 acres near Big Sur, forcing evacuations, and burning most of the Ventana Wilderness area. The fire destroyed much of the Pfeiffer Big Sur […]

Christmas Tree Permits Available Online as Convenience to Visitors

The U.S. Forest Service has moved the Christmas tree permit sales to Recreation.gov this year. 2020 has been somewhat thrown for a loop by Warden Newsom and the draconian fake laws he has enacted in response to the mediademic surrounding Covid-19.

National Hunting & Fishing Day – September 26, 2020

It’s coming up THIS SATURDAY! This is the day that hunters and fishermen have been training for all year. This is the day that brings sportsmen together across the nation to celebrate to things that makes America great.

Historic Expansion of Hunting and Fishing Opportunities on Public Lands

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.

Secretary of the Interior Establishes Task Force and Timeline To Develop Strategy For Attacking Maintenance and Repair Backlog

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 […]