Conservation

Stewardship; Public and Private Initiatives; Regional

Where Would we be Without the Venerable Beaver? Watch and Find Out


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The amazing beaver is more than just a builder and an engineer. It’s a keystone species of major importance. The North American continent would be just another ho-hum place for people and other wildlife if not for the venerable beaver and all it does for nature. As a ‘Keystone’ species, the beaver is responsible for

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Huntress Commits Suicide After Bullying From Animal Rights Activist Community


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The online hate towards hunting is often taken too far, but this time, someone tragically took it to heart and acted on it. She and her family are in our thoughts and prayers. Melania Capitan, a well-known huntress and blogger, unfortunately couldn’t take the scrutiny from the anti-hunting community anymore and took her own life

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It all starts here, on the banks of a river

Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council

Peter Van Noppen organized his folding tables, behind him, the Woonasquatucket River. Peter was the fulcrum for a big day of cleaning, clipping and hauling along this one stretch of the historic river just behind the gloriously restored Rising Sun Mill.

A Paradigm Shift: Are Hunters Brave Enough to Embrace the New Future?


Are we, as hunters, ready for what the future holds? This first featured in the Into The Wilderness Podcast, which can be downloaded here for free: iTunes | Stitcher | Youtube | Soundcloud A few weeks ago I was asked to attend a symposium prior to the opening ceremony to the CIC (Council for International Conservation). The intention was to gather

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926: The Number of Lionfish These Women Caught in 24 Hours


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A three-woman diving team smashed over 900 lionfish off the coast of Florida in only 24 hours! Team Hang On consisted of a former biological scientist, an environmental specialist with the state Department of Environmental Protection, and one who makes her living selling lionfish catches to restaurants now has the ultimate bragging rights in the Sunshine

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