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Charlie Booher

Charlie Booher

Charlie Booher holds degrees in Fisheries & Wildlife Conservation (B.S.) and Public Policy (B.A.) from Michigan State University and is currently pursuing an M.S. in Wildlife Biology, a Master of Public Administration, and a Certificate in Natural Resource Conflict Resolution at the University of Montana. Charlie is an associate wildlife biologist. Outside of the office, you can find him hiking in the mountains of Western Montana and re-learning how to hunt and fish in the Northern Rockies.

Recent Posts

It’s Time to Get This CWD Bill Done

Manage

It’s Time to Get This CWD Bill Done

Archery seasons are well underway, and rifle hunting opportunities are right around the corner in most of the country. Unfortunately, that means hunters in more than 30 states have to contend with deer, elk, and moose that might be infected with chronic wasting disease (CWD). CWD is an always-fatal...
Charlie Booher Oct 7, 2022
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How 8 Unelected Officials Control Hunting on Millions of Acres of Public Land

Public Lands & Waters

How 8 Unelected Officials Control Hunting on Millions of Acres of Public Land

Many hunters dream of traveling to Alaska, but opportunities to do so are coming under fire from a federal board that controls hunting on federal public land in our 49th state. Alaska’s Federal Subsistence Board (FSB) regulates hunting on federal public lands in the state, above and beyond the state...
Charlie Booher Sep 21, 2022
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5 Things You Can Do for Conservation Today

Conservation

5 Things You Can Do for Conservation Today

As hunters and anglers, we strive to be good, effective conservationists and leave the world a better place than we found it. But these days, that sure seems like a hefty task. September is a busy month, full of back-to-school activities, sporting events, and the start of hunting seasons across the...
Charlie Booher Sep 14, 2022
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How to Talk to Politicians About Conservation Issues

Conservation

How to Talk to Politicians About Conservation Issues

It seems like every time something goes wrong in the world of conservation, somebody is telling you to “call your congressman.” I’m certainly guilty of saying it. But nobody ever lays out how you go about doing that or what to say once you get on the phone. It’s important that we get involved and...
Charlie Booher Aug 16, 2022
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