The MeatEater Podcast

EP. 136: Locked Out

EP. 136: Locked Out

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1h46m

Bozeman, MT- Steven Rinella talks with Mark Kenyon of Wired to Hunt, Eric Siegfried and Lisa Nichols of OnX, Joel Webster of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, along with Janis Putelis of the MeatEater crew.

Subjects discussed: A major MeatEater announcement; the 9-million acres you own but can’t use; defining landlocked; a brief history of how things got this bad; an OnX Pro Tip; historic uses and prescriptive easements; Janis discusses what the hell a “checkerboard” is; LWCF success stories; clarifying stream access laws; what’s best for hunters and anglers?; Steve’s early OnX days; discovering the nooks and crannies; and more.

-Related Links and Notes-

Unlocking Public Lands, a report by the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership and OnX, and How it all Adds Up.

A little more insight into Montana’s Stream Access Law.

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