Category: LWCF

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Why We Cannot Let the LWCF Expire

Why We Cannot Let the Land and Water Conservation Fund Expire
The most important source of conservation funding could expire this weekend. Here’s why that would be a disaster for hunting, fishing, and wildlife.

LWCF Sportsman Report

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Country Wide Sept 6, 2018 Arizona Wildlife Federation

VerdeValleyTV Streamed live on Sep 6, 2018 Brad Powell Arizona Wildlife Federation in studio discussing the organizations mission, the Land & Water Conservation Fund and the Grand Canyon Mineral Withdrawal.  

LWCF and Economics

AZ LWCF Spotlight

Arizona Fact Sheet

Land and Water Conservation Fund

[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text] Since 1965, the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) has protected public lands for the benefit of all Americans. In Arizona, the LWCF has provided $228 million in fees from offshore oil and gas drilling to fund conservation and public land management services. The LWCF protects everyone who uses public land whether…
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Deadline Nears to Renew Land and Water Conservation Fund

August 16, 2018 – Katherine Davis-Young, Public News Service (AZ) Play Audio in Browser Window The Land and Water Conservation Fund has helped protect iconic Arizona landscapes, including the Coconino National Forest. (Coconino National Forest/Flickr) PHOENIX – Time is running out to renew the federal fund that has supported conservation and recreation projects across the…
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