The Best of the TRCP, 30 Great Trail Photos, Hunting in Cold Weather and More. 12-24-2013 12-24-2013

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December 24
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Grasslands Squeezed as Another 1.6 Million Acres Go into Crops SD Farmers Dead Zone.jpg

An area roughly the size of the state of Delaware – 1.6 million acres – was removed this year from the federal Conservation Reserve Program, or CRP, which pays farmers to keep land covered with native grasses or trees.

This transformation in the country’s farming landscape could have lasting impacts on fish, wildlife and access across America.

Find out more on NPR.org.

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Wishing You the Best

It doesn’t matter whether you are a bass fisherman in Alabama or a pheasant hunter in South Dakota. America’s century-old commitment to conservation has been driven by sportsmen like you and it’s up to us to maintain that legacy. Thank you for your support in this critical effort.

We wish you the best in 2014.

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Newsletter TRCP Top 5
1) Senate Bill Introduced to Raise Price of Federal Duck Stamp - Outdoor Hub
2) Conserving Lake Trout Among the Philosophers - The Nature Conservancy

3) Scientists Plan for Grand Experiment in Colorado River Delta - National Geographic

4) The 30 Best Trail Photos of 2013 - Field & Stream

5) Are Hunting Dogs Immune to the Cold - Anchorage Daily News

Newsletter Highlights Revised

Best-of-TRCP-2013Come See the Best of the TRCP

To show our gratitude this time of year and boast a little, we’ve compiled the “Best of 2013” on the TRCP Blog.

These posts, written by our dedicated staff and partners, highlight some of the top success stories of the past year. We hope you enjoy them.

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Theodore Roosevelt
Conservation Partnership

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