Below you will find a series of handouts that help to explain various aspects of the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration program.
A 1-page flyer showing how firearms and ammunition manufacturers boost our country’s conservation efforts through excise taxes on firearms and ammunition established in 1937 by the Pittman-Robertson Act.
A Rising Tide
A 1-page flyer showing how fishing equipment and boating manufacturers boost our country’s conservation efforts through excise taxes on fishing equipment and motorboat fuel established in 1950 by the Dingell-Johnson Act.
You make our Great Outdoors even better
A 2-page flyer depicting the community benefits that you contribute to when you spend time outdoors. Through the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program, state agencies are able to invest in research, education, access, and conserving species through excise taxes on certain equipment
Here's how your funds work for you
A 1-page flyer depicting the reach and variety of Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration funding derived from the excise taxes in the Pittman-Robertson and Dingell-Johnson Acts.
Items Taxed to Support Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration in America
A 7-page pamphlet detailing the specifics of the excise taxes that fund the Wildlife Restoration and Sport Fish Restoration programs.
Celebrating the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program
An 88-page booklet created by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in 2012, on the 75th anniversary of the Pittman-Robertson Act, to reflect on “75 years of Conservation and Partnership Success.”
The Full Reach of Pittman-Robertson Funding
A 1-page flyer illustrating the benefits of Pittman-Robertson funding across several major categories in the United States.