Interior Secretary Zinke signs executive orders hailed by representatives from sportsmen, conservation, and recreation organizations. Dept. of Interior
Secretary Zinke was joined by representatives from the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation, National Shooting Sports Foundation, Boone and Crockett Club, Wild Sheep Foundation, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, National Rifle Assn., Safari Club International, National Wild Turkey Federation, Archery Trade Assn., Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, American Recreation Council, Pheasants Forever, Ducks Unlimited, Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife, Mule Deer Foundation, National Wildlife Federation, Wildlife Management Institute, American Sportfishing Assn., and National Marine Manufacturers Assn.

Interior Secretary Zinke quickly gets to work

Executive orders expand access to America’s public lands for outdoor recreation.

On his first day on duty March 2, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke issued two secretarial orders that expand access to public lands and increase hunting, fishing and recreation opportunities nationwide. These orders deliver on promises made by both President Donald Trump and Zinke to expand access to America’s public lands.

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