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European Scientists Demand Improvements for Small Game, Biodiversity

European Scientists Demand Improvements for Small Game, Biodiversity

A news release by FACE:

Today, thousands of scientists across and beyond Europe called for higher ambition in addressing sustainability challenges in the next Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). Through a ten-point plan, their Statement highlighted weaknesses associated with the current CAP proposal with regards to the environment, climate and socio-economic issues. At the same time, EU governments are discussing potential budget cuts to the CAP’s Pillar II, which finances agri-environmental schemes.

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Success Story: American Alligator

Success Story: American Alligator

As habitat loss and poaching continue to affect many animal species, let’s visit a CITES Sustainable Trade Success Story: American Alligator Recovery and Trade. By the 1860s, the leather industry had greatly harmed the American Alligator populations, but today, this species is thriving. It shows the impact of states, businesses, and the Fish and Wildlife Service all working together to ensure the continued survival of this ancient species. The article from U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service can be read below.

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Support for Botswana’s Controlled Hunting Program

Support for Botswana’s Controlled Hunting Program

DSC greatly supports the decision by the Republic of Botswana to lift the 2014 hunting moratorium. The decision to lift the hunting moratorium was a significant step forward for Botswana’s science-based wildlife conservation policy. Moreover, Botswana’s controlled hunting program is designed to provide significant benefits to rural communities living amongst destructive and dangerous wildlife such as elephant and leopard. Although the importation of Botswana elephant into the United States is undetermined, DSC urges our members to engage with hunting operators holding an allocated elephant quota. Now, more than ever, the people and management authorities of Botswana need our support.

A recent media statement made by the Botswana Ministry of Environment, Natural Resources Conservation and Tourism is below or find the post here: read more…

Proposed DOI Budget Prioritizes Wildfire Prevention

Proposed DOI Budget Prioritizes Wildfire Prevention

President Donald Trump proposed a $12.8 billion Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 budget for the Department of the Interior, including a new, innovative $50 million initiative that would begin to transform and build a more stable and permanent wildland firefighting workforce to better align with the challenges of prolonged periods of wildfire activity and the need to more aggressively implement active vegetation management.

Please find the entire press release from the Department of the Interior below: read more…

Thank You 2020 Convention Sponsors

Thank You 2020 Convention Sponsors

A special thank you to our 2020 corporate sponsors for their generosity and support of our mission. Because of the endorsement of these generous companies, DSC’s mission of conservation, education, and advocacy can continue for years into the future.

Corporate Sponsorships for the 2021 Convention & Sporting Expo, Reflections, are now available. Get your company noticed by more than 30,000 attendees that visit the show. To inquire about becoming a DSC corporate sponsor, contact Kamille Martin, Corporate Sponsor Coordinator, at kamille@biggame.org or 972-980-9644. read more…

 

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