The Bureau of Land Management's (BLM) Tread Lightly Program is an example of government, industry, and non-governmental (501(c)3) partners and volunteers working in partnership on marketing programs for outdoor recreation.
WHHCC Letter on Hunting and Shooting Sports Recruitment and Retention
The WHHCC sent letters to the secretaries of the Department of the Interior and the Department of Agriculture to promote hunting and shooting sports. These letters addressed actions related to access, funding, recruitment and coordination.
WHHCC Support for the Land and Water Conservation Fund
The WHHCC sent two letters to the USDA. One in support for full funding of the Land and Water Conservation Fund. Additionally, the WHHCC, sent a letter to the USDA advocating for funds from the LWCF to be used to support hunter access to public lands.
Voluntary Public Access And Habitat Incentive Program
Through federal excise tax dollars and the USDA, the Voluntary Public Access-Hunter Incentive Program provides federal funds to promote hunter access. Montana and Michigan's state programs are examples of hunter access programs.