The Roosevelt Report 1-29-2013

The Roosevelt Report
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Loss of Funding Could Spell Disaster for Ducks as Drought Returns

Not only is drought returning to the prairie potholes of North and South Dakota — the most productive duck nesting habitat in North America — but the conservation programs that have served as a cushion against the worst effects of drought are being cut, if not eliminated, by members of Congress who place a low value on conservation spending.

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From the Blog Skinny

Setting Priorities and Taking Names

Bully Pulpit or no, exceptional leaders know what it takes to make a tangible and positive impact on the nation and its people. A lot has changed since the days of Roosevelt but I still believe there are great things to be accomplished in Washington, D.C. and sportsmen must play a leading role.

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Newsletter TRCP Top 5
1) Sportsmen Call for Balanced Development – TRCP
2) Costa’s ‘Jungle Fish’ Wins at Sundance Sport Fishing Magazine

3) Get the Inside Line on the Classic B.A.S.S.

4) What 2013 Means for Sportsmen’s Act of 2012 Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch

5) Visit the TRCP at Sheep Show TRCP Blog

Newsletter Highlights Revised
CFN Wild TurkeyVideo: A Great Conservation Success Story Want to find out how sportsmen saved the Gould’s wild turkey? Join Steven Rinella for the latest episode of “TRCP’s Conservation Field Notes” to find out.

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