We love our access to public lands. Do you? Show us your proudest public land moments, win some great gear, and help us protect our American public lands legacy from being sold off forever.
Use the hashtag #PublicLandsProud!
We want to see the results of your greatest public-land hunts and the biggest fish you’ve hooked in public waters. Show us your best days afield in our national forests and BLM land, alone, with your family, or with your favorite four-legged companion. And help us celebrate 100 years of our national parks, an important part of our country’s commitment to public lands, in all their splendor.
From now through November 14, follow @thetrcp on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook and share your photos with the hashtag #PublicLandsProud. We’ll re-post our favorites and select one prize-package winner for each of three rounds:
June 1 – July 31: Summer Fun on Public Lands – Whether you’re scouting alone, training your pup, or wetting a line with some buddies, we want to see what you’re up to on public lands this summer!
August 1 – 31: National Parks, National Treasures – To celebrate 100 years of our national park system, help us showcase how critical these public lands can be for outdoor recreation. Whether you fly fished in Great Smoky Mountains National Park a few years back or floated through Glacier last summer, share your park pride throughout the month of August.
September 1 – November 14: Foliage, Fish, and Fall Hunts – If there’s one season that would be forever changed without public lands, it’s the fall. Show us your public lands trophies, your winningest grip-and-grins, and your most beautiful landscape shots. Remember to use the hashtag, but don’t post live from the field if you’re playing hooky!
Scroll down to see why hunters and anglers across the country are #PublicLandsProud. And click here to learn why it’s important to show our lawmakers the value of sportsmen’s access.