An investment in tough times pays off for wildlife and outdoor enthusiasts November 6, 2012 Wisconsin

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... the Pittman-Robertson Act in 1937, which established an excise tax on the sale of hunting and archery equipment. That cooperation, and the investments of sportsmen and women, created a key revenue source for conservation nationally and in Wisconsin.
A special web feature, “75 years of investments in conservation: Pittman-Robertson Act yields natural dividends,” uses videos, a slide show and other media to tell the story behind this important conservation foundation and what Wisconsin has accomplished with the investments [see video below]

Pittman-Robertson Act yields natural dividends - November, 2012




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