CWD Drains Deer Dollars, It Doesn’t Generate Them

Recently, NDA took a close look at some of the misguided beliefs and conspiracy theories surrounding chronic wasting disease. One of the most common among CWD deniers are the folks who quickly claim this fatal deer disease is a “money-making scheme” by state wildlife agencies. This is among the most laughable of claims, because rather …

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Action Alert: Oppose Significant Hunting Restrictions in New Jersey

New Jersey Assembly Bill 3732 (A3732), which was introduced in early May, would significantly hinder the ability of New Jersey landowners or those they give permission to hunt on their own properties. Specifically, the bill requires landowners to provide notice to adjacent landowners or land occupants that hunting will occur on the property, and the …

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Action Alert: Support Dedicated Conservation Funding in Louisiana

Louisiana House Bill 762 (HB762) would create the Louisiana Outdoors Forever Fund and the Louisiana Outdoors Forever Program, which would work together to fund outdoor conservation projects in the state. Prioritized projects would include conservation of important natural areas, water quality improvements, working lands conservation, access improvements and the conservation of historic properties. TAKE ACTION …

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Action Alert: Funding for CWD Research and Management Needs Senate Support

The Chronic Wasting Disease Research and Management Act (S. 4111), introduced by Senators John Hoeven (R-ND), Martin Heinrich (D-NM) and a number of bipartisan cosponsors, was recently introduced in the United States Senate. The Act will support management efforts and research to combat chronic wasting disease (CWD), which is a contagious, neurological disease affecting deer, …

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CWD Roundup – May 2022

CWD Roundup is the National Deer Association’s (NDA) bi-monthly update on all things chronic wasting disease (CWD). We’ll provide the latest updates on CWD spread, research and policy from across North America. Updates are provided alphabetically by state and province. Alabama In early March, the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) announced that …

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