The Sportsmen's Conservation Project is the public lands branch of Trout Unlimited, the nation's largest fresh water conservation organization. With help from hunters, anglers, outfitters, guides and other folks who love the outdoors, we work with land managers, government agencies and state and federal legislators to protect the best fish and wildlife habitat on the nation's public lands. We do this because these vast tracts of land belong to all citizens of the country, and they represent a priceless heritage that needs to be passed on to future generations of Americans undamaged, and thriving with the plants, fish and mammals that belong there.
Our focus includes conserving the roadless areas in our nation's national forests, working to make sure that oil and gas development on public land is done in a responsible manner that doesn't harm fish and wildlife, and limiting the amount of habitat damage caused by illegal off-road vehicle use.
We have several ongoing campaigns, and we are designing a web page template that can be adapted by our field staff to suit the individual requirements of each one. To be successful, it's essential that we get sportsmen, guides and outfitters, and other local businesses to join us in working towards our conservation goals. Only with their support can we craft the protections these unique lands deserve.