Washington, D.C. – The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) is proud to announce the return of its Summer Webinar Series. Beginning on June 9 with five dates throughout the summer, these informative and interactive events will bring together outdoor industry experts, state policymakers, and conservation advocates, as they address some of the most critical issues to sportsmen and women. Events covered this summer will include public land access, the impact of state firearm laws on the sporting community, challenges associated with predator management, invasive species, and issues surrounding forest management on public lands that have the potential to negatively impact both wildlife and hunting.
Launched in 2021, the Summer Webinar Series is designed to help legislators, industry, and sporting conservation partners stay engaged and up to speed on timely policy issues. Last year, CSF covered topics included traditional wildlife management, conservation funding, lead ammunition, and the future of conservation.
Limited opportunities to sponsor this year’s Summer Webinar Series are still available. Each 60-minute webinar will feature discussions between CSF’s expert policy team and other interested stakeholders including leading conservation groups and natural resource agency professionals. This educational programming, designed specifically for state policymakers, will provide critical information necessary to protect our outdoor heritage.
Founded in 1989, CSF is the informed authority across outdoor issues and serves as the primary conduit for influencing public policy. On the state level, CSF works with the Governors Sportsmen's Caucus (GSC), and the National Assembly of Sportsmen's Caucuses (NASC) to advocate for hunters, anglers, recreational shooters, and trappers, who are collectively the backbone of our nation's conservation legacy.
For more information about the Summer Webinar Series please visit https://www.csfwebinars.org/. For questions about sponsorship opportunities please reach out to Andy Treharne at firstname.lastname@example.org