Theodore Roosevelt did more to establish and protect public lands than any other president in history, but it was a bison hunt in the Dakota Territories in 1883 that helped cement his vision of hunters as conservationists.
Farm sizes are multiplying, and the temptation to transition from cattle to corn has become almost irresistible as many farm owners convert native grassland to monoculture crop productions.
Long-range hunting is the newest fad. Is it sending the wrong message?
Learn how stream-bottom macroinvertebrates are adapted to their swift-water habitat.
It's a tale of reclamation and restoration for Jeff Manes who remembers a childhood playing in a river that became a paradise lost.
Uncle Ike turned 30 in October, and he celebrated in his usual way: Bringing youth and nature together.
After constructing a new youth center with indoor shooting facilities, members of the Sunshine Chapter invited area families to come enjoy it.
The League’s Arlington-Fairfax Chapter teamed up with Sportable — a non-profit organization that provides adaptive sports for athletes with physical disabilities.
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