Conserving the Nature of America
Tune into Conservation

June 28, 2017


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Listen to Cliff Schleusner, Southwest Region's Chief of Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration, on Bass Pro Outdoor World Radio discuss how hunters, anglers, boaters and shooters pay for conservation. Cliff recounts some of his exciting personal experiences as a youth in the outdoors that led to a career in conservation, as well as events that unfolded folded in his 20-plus years in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service--from Arizona to Alabama, Alaska to New Mexico. He explains why an 80-year-old law has been a boon to wildlife and fish conservation across America and why you should care.

Listen to Cliff's Interview


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