Sportsmen for Responsible Energy Development

Sportsmen for Responsible Energy Development is a coalition of more than 500 businesses, organizations and individuals dedicated to conserving irreplaceable habitats so future generations can hunt and fish on America's public lands. The coalition is led by the National Wildlife Federation, Trout Unlimited and the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership.

Sportsmen for Responsible Energy Development are represented by everyday hunters and anglers who recognize the system is broken and have shouldered the responsibility of fixing it. We have set our sights on reforming the laws, regulations, and policies that ensure balance and respect for the traditions of the West. We will fight to protect the rights of sportsmen to hunt and fish on public lands, now and for generations to come.

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Judith Kohler
Phone: 303-441-5163


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Recommendations for Responsible Oil and Gas Development


This report outlines sportsmen’s recommendations for responsible energy development in the Rocky Mountain West—a platform and prescription for development that accommodates our energy needs without sacrificing our Western heritage. Fish, wildlife and water define the West, and these resources belong to all Americans. The production of fossil fuels, while important, must not occur at the expense of the productive capacity of the lands, waters, and fi sh and wildlife that sustain us.