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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 and sweepstakes 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 24, 2024.
  • Stay tuned for the sweepstakes, which opens on March 27. The grand prize features of a Spring 2025 turkey hunt with MeatEater's Steve Rinella and Janis Putelis. The sweepstakes will close at midnight on April 24, 2024.
  • Bid on the online silent auction, featuring 100 packages of incredible trips and all your favorite hunting, fishing, and outdoor gear. Bidding will open on April 3, 2024
  • 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 at [email protected].

 

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Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership

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National Building Museum, F Street Northwest, Washington, DC, USA

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