Take the Public Lands Fight into your Own Hands

FALL IS HERE AND THERE’S NO BETTER TIME TO CELEBRATE OUR PUBLIC LANDS

BARNEVELD, Wis. – Whether you’re a hunter, shooter, or both, the vast amount of public lands available for you to enjoy throughout the United States should never be taken for granted.
Understanding exactly how these public lands are funded and maintained can be tricky at times, but here at Vortex Optics, we’re working to change that – we’ve assembled some of our favorite podcasts, videos, and blogs to help shine more light on how it all works.

Public Land Funding Explained
Hunters and shooters play an integral role in conservation. Whether you’re purchasing a hunting license or shooting recreationally, you’ve got skin in the game. Join Jason Matzinger for an in-depth look at how public lands are funded.

#PROJECTLANDLOCKED
Landlocked – a piece of property that’s inaccessible to the public, except through an adjacent lot. Join Jason Matzinger in a detailed look into the history behind the millions of acres of landlocked public lands across the west.

Take the Public Land Fight into Your Own Hands
Join Joel Webster from the
Thedore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership on episode 198 of the Vortex Nation Podcast to learn more about what you can do to protect these wild places we enjoy so much. We explain how your hard-earned dollars are put to work to improve access, create new public lands, and ensure whatever you chase has a place to call home.

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About Vortex Optics: American owned, veteran-owned, Wisconsin-based Vortex Optics designs, engineers, produces, and distributes a complete line of premium sport optics, accessories, and apparel. Dedicated to providing unrivaled customer service and exceptional quality, Vortex® backs its products with the unconditional, transferrable, lifetime VIP Warranty. Built on over 30 years of experience in the optics industry, Vortex® has emerged as a leader in the optics market.

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