March 17 - 18, 2012
Cancelled due to illness.
Next PRFA exhibit at Saratoga City Center August 25, 26 and 27,
Exhibit on DEC Threats to Hunting and Hunting Camps at NEACA
Arms Collectors Show at Saratoga City Center
State Department of Environmental Conservation has been developing
policies that support restoration of a substantial population
of wolves in New York and the Northeast. The DEC is disputing
with the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service because the FWS is not
keen on the wolf classification that DEC advocates, which would
force the federal agency to take on the burden of protection
of wolves in New York State.
display will have available copies of the official DEC letter
disputing the FWS wolf classification, as well as a recent national
news article where the DEC advocates restoration of a population
of wolves in New York and the Northeast. In addition, there will
be copies of PRFAs New York Property Rights Clearinghouse
explaining the significance of DECs new connectivity
plan for its forests to allow predator movement.
the right to bear arms and enjoy the company of fellow patriots.
Visit PRFAs popular exhibit on the future of hunting and
hunting camps on forest lands.
information about the NEACA shows, which open at 9:00 a.m. on
both Friday and Saturday, and joining NEACA (one year membership
allows free admission) see www.NEACA.com or telephone (518) 664-9743.
January 28-29, 2012
exhibit added information about the DECs stepped up movement
toward wolf restoration in New York and the Northeast to the
popular PRFA exhibit about the DEC threat to the hunting clubs
on former Finch Pruyn Land and the DECs intensifying policy
of closing hunting access to the Forest Preserve. Thousands of
people concerned with the right to bear arms packed the NEACA
on this weekend. The PRFA exhibit was crowded with at least twice
as many inquirers as usual.
exhibits at the NEACA's Arms Collectors' Shows are supported
by a generous grant for grassroots educational outreach from
Great Circle Foundation, which is located in East Northport,
on Threats Posed by DEC Policies to Hunting and Hunting Camps
at NEACA Arms Collectors Show, Saratoga City Center
October 29, 2011
Fifteenth Annual National
Conference on Private Property Rights
Of the Property Rights Foundation of America, Inc.
The Century House, Latham, N.Y.
October 22-23, 2011
PRFA Exhibit on Threats to
Hunting and Future of Finch Pruyn Hunting Camps at NEACAs
Arms Collectors Show at Saratoga City Center, Saratoga
October 1-2, 2011
PRFA Exhibit on how DECs
Policies Threaten Hunting at NEACAs Arms Collectors
Show at the Recreation Hall, Old Forge, N.Y.
August 26, 27, 28, 2011
PRFA Exhibit on Threat to
20 Hunting Clubs with many camps on Finch Pruyn Lands
NEACAs 84th Arms Collectors Show at Saratoga
August 24, 2011
Drawing on first hand
observations, experience, and research beginning in 1973, Carol
LaGrasse refutes the popular Adirondack strategy of seeking common
ground with environmental groups, and instead urges that the
Adirondack community leadership base their strategy of working
in a united front on their inherent common ground with organizations
ranging from local government officials to sportsmen to medical
institutions, and other groups whose corporate purposes are consistent
with the wellbeing of the local people and their communities.
Ground in the Adirondacks - Speech by Carol W. LaGrasse,
President, Property Rights Foundation of America, Inc., Hosted
by the League of Blue Line Voters, Town Hall, Chestertown, N.Y.
August 5, 6, 7, 2011
PRFA Returns to Old Forge
to Exhibit at the NEACAs Premier Adirondack Gun Show
in the Beautiful Central Adirondack Mountains at the George T.
Hildebrandt Rec Center
May 15, 2011
PRFA Display on Hunting Camps
and DEC Land Acquisition
NEACA Arms Fair, Holiday Inn, Lake George, N.Y.
April 1, 2 & 3, 2011
PRFA Display Planned at the
NEACA Arms Collectors Show at Utica AUD - Threat to Hunting
Camps on Finch Pruyn Leases in New York State Executive Budget
American Eagle Bookends Presented to John S. Marwell and James
E. Morgan in Appreciation for Their Service to the Cause of Private
John Marwell and Jim Morgan create a moment of hilarity pretending
to share a single set of American eagle bookends when Carol LaGrasse
ceremoniously held up only one set of bookends and asked both
lawyers to come to the podium to accept a gift of appreciation.
The brass bookends were from the Congressional gift shop at the
Longworth House Office Building in Washington, D.C.
2 & 3, 2010
at the NEACA Arms Fair at Old Forge, New York
A family gathers around to
discuss the future of hunting camps leases on timberland in the
Adirondacks with Carol LaGrasse at the PRFA exhibit at the NEACA
gun show in Old Forge, N.Y., on Oct. 2, 2010. During 2010 the
Property Rights Foundation of America exhibited at eight NEACA
arms collectors and other sportsmens shows in New York State.
Small-format Book of Talks by
Influential Grassroots Speakers Catches Spirit of
PRFAs New Welcome
Satirical Postcard Carries
a Message About the Adirondack Park
INFORMATION & ORDERING
Proceedings of Tenth Annual Conference Published
LaGrasse Addresses Property Rights at Cato Institute
Comments on DEC Wilcox Lake Plan Published
LaGrasse Testifies Before Both NYS Senate and Assembly
PRFAs Friend of the Court Brief Accepted
in Kelo v. New London; U.S. Supreme Court Accepts Appeal
Kant v. Bregman Amicus
Curiae by PRFA Petitioning the U.S. Supreme Court Accepted; Appeal
New York Times Quotes LaGrasse on Eminent Domain
Cites Patricia Callahan and LaGrasse on Conservation Easements
Heritage Foundations Inclusion of PRFA in
its 2003 Policy Expert Guide Brings Inquiries
One Million Hits on PRFA Web Site During 2003
Sixth Annual Conference