Ep 65 - Giving Just a Little Bit More for Wildlife and Wild Places with Jared Frasier of 2% for Conservation

Ep 65 - Giving Just a Little Bit More for Wildlife and Wild Places with Jared Frasier of 2% for Conservation

Living Country in the City sits down at the Western Hunt Expo with Jared Fraiser, Executive Director of 2% for Conservation to talk about why Pittman Robertson isn't enough anymore, why we can't hide behind legislation and heroes, why Vin Diesel is such a great actor, money being useless without boots on the ground and how both business and individuals can become accredited by 2% for Conservation.

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Ep 63 - Getting Your Guided Hunt for Free with Josh Corbin of Zero Guide Fees

Ep 63 - Getting Your Guided Hunt for Free with Josh Corbin of Zero Guide Fees

Living Country in the City sits down at the Western Hunt Expo with Josh Corbin of Antler Trader and Zero Guide Fees to talk about making guided hunts more accessible to everyone, bringing more business to outfitters, teaching Shedcrazy everything he knows and the idiocy of shed hunting seasons.

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Ep 62 - Straight Outta Tinseltown with Freddy Harteis, The Hollywood Hunter

Ep 62 - Straight Outta Tinseltown with Freddy Harteis, The Hollywood Hunter

Living Country in the City sits down all the way out in Utah at the Western Hunt Expo to talk to a hometown hunter, Freddy Harteis, the Hollywood Hunter, about merging city and country in an effort to change people's perception of hunters, raising funds for conservation, positive and negative reactions in social situations to him as a hunter, the controversy over African big game hunting and the complexity of hunting beyond just meat versus trophies.

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Ep 61 - The Highs and Lows of Texas Hog Hunting with Jessica Taylor Byers

Ep 61 - The Highs and Lows of Texas Hog Hunting with Jessica Taylor Byers

Living Country in the City sits down with Jessica Taylor Byers of FollowHerArrow, after a week of Texas hog hunting, to recap the week and talk about what makes hog hunting perfect for new hunters, thinking you're about to be eaten by a pack of coyotes, the excitement of releasing on your first animal and the heartbreak of losing it, my incredibly scientific process of selecting a blind, bouncing back from missed shots, failed stalks and lost trails and the countless lessons learned from the trip.

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