How are CCA’s political, fisheries and legislative positions established?
Where does my membership and/or fundraiser contribution go?
Where does the money raised in Washington go?
Does CCA employ biologists?
Does CCA employ lobbyists?
How do I find out what CCA is doing to conserve marine resources legislatively and in the fisheries management arena?
Where do I get useful CCA chapter contact information?
I signed up a while ago. Where is my membership package?
What does the Advocacy Fund do?
With the help of the Advocacy Fund, CCA’s voice grows louder in the continued legal battle for proper conservation. CCA’s legal counsel has used these funds to challenge threats to overfished red snapper, grouper, weakfish, marlin, and shark stocks, implement and maintain critical bycatch reduction measures in the Gulf and Atlantic, and combat destructive commercial fishing gear. You can make your tax-deductible contribution by calling 1-800-201-FISH.
How can I help CCA?
Through local fundraising events, membership meetings and fishing tournaments, CCA state chapters plant their grass roots. This process enables you to become involved in the mechanism that makes CCA so successful on a local, state, and national level.