Sportsmen's and outdoor organizations have asked the presidential candidates of all parties to publicly support public lands.
WASHINGTON – More than 40 sportsmen’s and outdoor organizations from across the country have asked all the presidential candidates to publicly state their support for our national public lands – the places we hunt, fish and recreate and that sustain our fish and wildlife populations.
The 40 organizations, representing millions of hunters, anglers, wildlife watchers and other outdoors enthusiasts, have sent a letter earlier to Republican Donald Trump, Democrat Hillary Clinton, Libertarian Gary Johnson and Green Party nominee Jill Stein to ask them to publicly commit to “keeping public lands in public hands.”
“Conservation of our fish and wildlife, waterways and great landscapes is not a partisan issue: it’s an American issue. ~ Collin O'Mara, the National Wildlife Federation president and CEO.
Read more about the organizations' statements.
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