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The TRCP's Capital Conservation Awards Dinner brings together conservationists, elected officials, policymakers, and business leaders who share a commitment to our hunting and fishing traditions. It is a chance to celebrate that conservation is, and always has been, bipartisan and uniquely American. 

The event also features an exciting silent auction, sweepstakes, and raffle with the opportunity to take home some of the best in hunting and fishing trips and gear. The CCAD is one of Washington's best-attended conservation celebrations, regularly attracting more than 30 members of Congress, as well as senior Administration officials including cabinet secretaries. 

Here's how you can participate:

  • Buy your ticket to attend in-person in Washington, DC on April 19, 2023. 
  • Enter the sweepstakes, featuring a grand prize of a Spring 2024 turkey hunt with MeatEater's Steve Rinella and Janis Putelis. The sweepstakes will close on April 12, 2023.
  • Bid on the online silent auction, featuring 100 packages of incredible trips and all your favorite hunting, fishing, and outdoor gear. Bidding is open! The auction will close at 8:30pm ET on April 19, 2023.
  • Support TRCP with a tax-deductible donation to guarantee all Americans quality places to hunt and fish.


Contact Sam Kasner with any questions about the event. 


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Announcing TRCP's 2023 Capital Conservation Award Recipients

TRCP 2023 Capital Conservation Awards Dinner Sweepstakes

Entry window: March 15 - April 12, 2023


You could be our next big winner and help guarantee all Americans quality places to hunt and fish at the same time. Enter to win our grand prize drawing for a once-in-a-lifetime Spring 2024 Michigan or Colorado two-day turkey hunt with MeatEater Crew members Steven Rinella and Janis Putelis.


You're automatically entered when you make a contribution. You do not want to miss this opportunity! Check out this blog post to read about the experience of a prior Grand Prize winner. The deadline to enter is 11:59pm ET on April 12.

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No purchase or donation necessary to enter or win. Ends: 4/12/23. See Official Rules for details, including specifics on eligibility requirements and alternate entry method. Void where prohibited.

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Meet our Diamond Sponsors


The Coca-Cola Company is the world's largest beverage company. When it comes to protecting the planet, water is a top priority. Clean, accessible water is essential to the health of communities. It's also critical to the ecosystem and indispensable for economic prosperity.

Our long-term goal with water is as simple as it is ambitious: we want to return to nature an amount of water equal to what is used in our beverages and in their production. We recently announced that we met this goal four years early! One way we do this is by supporting watershed projects that conserve and replenish water in local communities. We support 100 such projects across North America. Through partnerships with World Wildlife Fund, The Nature Conservancy, the U.S Forest Service and local groups, we are helping to revitalize and restore some of our country's most critical freshwater river basins and streams.

In 2016, we announced that our partnership with the USDA, U.S. Forest Service and National Forest Foundation achieved a 1 billion liter replenishment milestone. This goal was achieved through 7 projects at 13 watersheds that provide drinking water to 60+ million Americans. Looking forward, this partnership aims to replenish another billion liters in national forestland watersheds through 2018.


The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) protects and restores the nation's fish, wildlife, plants and habitats. Chartered by Congress in 1984, NFWF directs public conservation dollars to the most pressing environmental needs and matches those investments with private contributions. NFWF works with government, nonprofit and corporate partners to find solutions for the most intractable conservation challenges. Using science-based conservation and competitive grant programs, over the last 38 years NFWF has funded more than 6,000 organizations and generated a total conservation impact of $7.4 billion. Learn more at


SLB is a global technology company that drives energy innovation for a balanced planet. With a global footprint in more than 100 countries and employees representing almost twice as many nationalities, we work each day on innovating oil and gas, delivering digital at scale, decarbonizing industries, and developing and scaling new energy systems that accelerate the energy transition.

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For over 100 years, Shell Oil Company has enabled human progress by providing innovative and sustainable energy solutions for today and generations to come. Shell's attitude to conservation includes a science-based approach for making decisions about where and how we deploy resources that directly offset or mitigate real impacts, promote nature, protect wildlife and their habitat, and preserve valuable natural resources in all 50 states where we operate.

Through partnerships with environmental NGOs in the U.S., Shell has protected more than 13 million acres of wetlands, conserved more than 1.8 million acres of critical habitat and with the hard work of our employee volunteers, cleaned and removed over 600,000 pounds of debris from shorelines.


SITKA Gear, based in Bozeman, MT, applies advanced research and technical design to create products that enhance the full life experience of the hunter. Recognized for its commitment to supporting healthy ecosystems and wildlife populations, SITKA holds a fundamental belief that humans are an integral part of, not separate from, the natural world, and as a result, recognizes that all decisions have upstream and downstream effects. These values align with TRCP's approach to environmental conservation, habitat stewardship and land access.


The Walton Family Foundation is, at its core, a family-led foundation. Three generations of the descendants of our founders, Sam and Helen Walton, and their spouses, work together to lead the foundation and create access to opportunity for people and communities. We work in three areas: improving K-12 education, protecting rivers and oceans and the communities they support, and investing in our home region of Northwest Arkansas and the Arkansas-Mississippi Delta. To learn more, visit and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Yamaha Rightwaters is a national sustainability program that encompasses all of Yamaha Marine's conservation and water quality efforts. Program initiatives include habitat restoration, support for scientific research, mitigation of invasive species, the reduction of marine debris and environmental stewardship education. Yamaha Rightwaters reinforces Yamaha's long-standing history of natural resource conservation, support of sustainable recreational fishing and water resources and Angler Code of Ethics, which requires pro anglers to adhere to principles of stewardship for all marine resources.

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Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership

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401 F St NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA

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