Today we’re joined by my buddy Josh “Furter” Hillyard and my father David to discuss the habitat history of our family deer camp and the work we’re doing to revive the land and deer herd.
Hunting has been a staple of our consumption for millions of years. It has regulated our interaction with wildlife for longer than most can imagine. It has allowed our social structure to evolve and provided perspective on what it means to be human.
So why do we have this dilemma with hunting and killing? Why do hunters feel persecuted in today’s society?
The idea is widespread and it isn’t new. Take American writer, critic and philosopher Joseph...
It’s a regular sight for early risers at a tropical resort. While tourists sleep, staff rake up any rubbish that may have washed onto shore through the night. By the time mimosas are served, the beaches are back to glistening and the trash bins are tucked away from paying eyes.
Today, water pollution and its environmental issues are a major cause of concern around the world. My first real encounter with the problem occurred while on a trip...
It seems like just about every day someone is asking us when there will be new episodes of MeatEater TV on NetFlix. It’s a running joke around here.
While we’re glad that you’re so excited to watch Steve, Janis, Cal, and crew over at our favorite streaming service, that particular production takes a while to produce.
So, to quench your thirst for out-of-doors adventure in the meantime, we came up with a new series called MeatEater Hunts. It’s...