We need to fight federal overreach and protect hunting access!
Last April, the Department of the Interior quietly announced the request to close millions of acres of federal public lands to all non-local hunters for moose and caribou. The public voiced their concern at a telephone town hall. Thanks in part to the public outcry, the DOI decided to defer pursuing this anti-hunting policy.
In a new press release this week, the DOI announced another telephone meeting to receive public input to pursue the same anti-hunting policy that could close 60 million acres of public land to hunting.
Nothing has changed regarding the specifics of this terrible proposal, except that the restrictive measure is now being considered for 2022.
More pushes for federal land “closures” are popping up with increasing frequency in Alaska and around the country.
We need you to call and voice your concern about Wildlife Special Action Request 21-01 (WSA21-01) to help protect our hunting access and fight federal overreach.
Call 888-942-9690 on Wednesday, November 17 from 7 PM-9PM CST (Passcode: 6071806).
We are Hunter Nation, and we will defend the hunt and protect your rights. Join us!
CEO, Hunter Nation