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DSC leaders gave $50,000 to support Texas Parks and Wildlife Department programs for public hunting, conservation, education, state parks and law enforcement.

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission authorized acquisition of 142 acres to add to Mother Neff State Park in Coryell County, making it almost 400 acres.

The Texas Parks & Wildlife Commission approved $3,014,992 million in federal funding for twenty-six Trail Grant projects in communities across the state.

Whole Earth Provision Co. presented $30,000 from several fundraising events to benefit Texas State Parks at the Texas Parks & Wildlife Commission meeting today.

Environmental activist groups have filed notification of intent to sue the USFS to ban use of lead-core ammo by hunters in the Kaibab National Forest.

The transformation of a working ranch into Cook’s Branch Conservancy a century later has earned a prominent Texas family the 2012 Leopold Conservation Award.

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) will be conducting a free Hunter Education New Instructor Training Workshop June 2, 2012, in Tyler, Texas.

The House passed the National Defense Authorization Act containing an amendment important to the DOD, gun owners, and the gun and ammunition industry.

Recents events have had an impact on the future of hunting, fishing and recreational shooting in America. Here are 7 reasons liberals should be pro-hunting.

The NRA talks about Dr. Deer and his work as “deer czar” to help build trust between Wisconsin’s hunters and that state’s Department of Natural Resources.