TCU Enters Into Partnership with Conservation Group

TCU Enters Into Partnership with Conservation Group

Recognizing that thousands of TCU members enjoy the outdoors including hunting and fishing, President Bob Scardelletti has announced that TCU together with several other AFL-CIO unions has entered into a partnership with the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP).

The TRCP is a non-profit organization that has a national focus on access and conservation issues affecting outdoorsmen. Its mission is to work to preserve the traditions of sportsmen by expanding access to places to hunt and fish, by conserving fish and wildlife and the habitats necessary to sustain them, and by increasing conservation and management.

The TRCP seeks to guarantee access to lands for hunting and fishing waters open to the average hunter and angler. It will also work to ensure quality habitat which is critical to maintaining healthy fish and game populations. And it will seek better funding needed to properly fund our nation’s fish and wildlife management programs.

This new partnership will give TCU members the chance to be a part of this organization while at the same time giving the TRCP additional voices in state and federal governments to fight for conservation issues.

There are no dues or joining fee to become a member of TRCP. We urge that you consider joining the TRCP today. Simply visit their web site,, and become a TRCP member.

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