Josh Mills with a look at public lands transfer. "As a sportsman or woman, coming up in the next very critical voting period coming up in November, one of the things you want to consider, take a long and hard look at how politicians that you have voted for or potentially are voting for review public lands. There are certain politicians out there who don't hold it of value. If you like being out there in the woods, using public lands and not having to rely on private lands for your outdoor recreation, think about if they support federal to state land transfers. If they voted for clean water, clean air and things that are an absolute must for the enjoyment and the experience for anybody who hikes, hunts, kayaks, fishes, mountain bikes, anything like that. Are they providing opportunities for you as a person who loves the outdoors. Really what we have to do is make our voices heard at the ballot box this coming November. Too many and too long sportsmen andwomen have sat idly by and not considered the impact of what our votes count for. As a group, we are worth billions in terms of renewable jobs, renewable resources and economic impact to our local community. The truth of the matter is that public lands know no party... Republican or Democrat. It is how you want to gift, the greatest gift that we have, for outdoor access and how do we want to keep it going forever.