Hunters, anglers, paddlers, hikers and families encouraged to show how they spend their time outside on public land using hashtag

By Kristyn Brady

Special to The SUN

As people across the country are getting outside to enjoy the start of summer, the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP) announced their #PublicLandsProud photo contest, created to highlight and support all the opportunities Americans have to hunt, hike, bike, access fishing and spend time with family on public lands.

Entrants are encouraged to hashtag photos and videos of their best times afield on public lands and to showcase the greatest hunts, biggest fish and coolest wildlife encounters made possible by public access.

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