How You Can Help
For more than 150 years, hunters and anglers have been at the forefront of the conservation movement to preserve and restore habitats. We established the first game laws, ended market hunting, put the lid back on the prairie and restored fish and game populations. It is time for us to work together to restore the Gulf Coast—especially the mouth of America’s mightiest river, the Mississippi River Delta, for the next generation of sportsmen and women.
Help restore the Gulf Coast to protect our hunting and fishing traditions. Send a letter to the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council to invest in comprehensive habitat restoration of fish and waterfowl habitats across the Gulf.
For Businesses and Sportsmen Clubs
Sportsmen businesses and organizations can take a leading role in restoring the Gulf by urging decision makers to focus on targeted, well-planned projects. If you are a business owner, President or Board Chair, please consider adding your business or organization to one of the letters below.
Letter to Governor John Bel Edwards >> – The sign-on period is now closed and the list is being formatted to send to the Governor.
Add your business to a letter to Governor to RESTORE Texas >> – Join a list of leaders in the hunting and fishing industry who signed the letter to the Governor to restore the Texas coast.
No current letters.
Past Submission – Letter to Congress to Restore the Mississippi River Delta – Vanishing Paradise’s letter to Congress supporting large-scale land building restoration projects in the Mississippi River Delta. Hundreds of business and organizations have already signed on, see the full list here.
Past Submission – May 2013 Letter for Comprehensive Restoration Plan for the Gulf Coast [pdf] – Please view the list of leaders in the hunting and fishing industry who submitted a letter to the Secretary of Commerce to support the need for a comprehensive restoration plan for the Gulf Coast.
If you would like to learn additional ways for your business or organization can help, please contact Andy McDaniels.