Today on the show we’re joined by author and host of Meateater TV, Steven Rinella and we’re talking conservation. This is a good one, so settle in and enjoy!
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What You’ll Learn In This Episode:
– How Steven Rinella explains “what he does” when at a dinner party
– What it’s like to be an outdoor writer and hunter living in New York City or Seattle
– Opening non-hunters’ eyes to hunting and eating wild game
– Bringing new hunters into the fold – a good or bad thing?
– How hunters committed some of the greatest conservation wrongs ever, unbeknownst to them
– The importance of being a hunter-conservationist now
– Looking at hunting from a big picture landscape perspective
– What can a hunter do today to become a better hunter-conservationist?
– Why some conservation issues will simply be inconvenient, and why that should be OK
– The risk of valuing wildlife and habitat in economic terms
– What conservation issues are keeping Steven Rinella up at night right now
– The risk of transferring federal public lands to state control
– Rinella’s take on what’s negatively impacting deer populations, specifically mule deer, across the country
– The inside scoop on Steven’s new books
Show Notes, Resources, Links:
– For more from Steven Rinella, visit TheMeateater.com
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