Tag Archives: teaching children

Teaching Kids To Care About Conservation

There is a movement, driven by consumers and the agricultural sector, to better connect people with their food. Consumers are demanding the background information of their food. Producer groups like Alberta Beef Producers, Alberta Milk and Egg Farmers of Alberta are doing an amazing job of telling the “farm-to-table” story. Continue reading Teaching Kids To Care About Conservation

Advertisements

Guns For A Good Start

According to the most recent surveys by both U.S. Fish & Wildlife and the National Shooting Sports Foundation, and despite so much gloom and doom, hunting actually turned a major corner in the past decade or so. Hunter numbers in the United States are up by as Continue reading Guns For A Good Start

Conservation Heroes for Tomorrow

Students at AWLS presented commemorative shirts to three AWLS staff who are veterans.
Students at AWLS presented commemorative shirts to three AWLS staff who are veterans.

If I had a nickel for every meeting where the discussion over the future of hunting was involved, I would be off somewhere on another adventure rather than sitting here in the office. Much of the concern over the future is driven by the continuous cultural shift here in America from a rural society to an urban one. The rise of technology has only exacerbated the problem. Continue reading Conservation Heroes for Tomorrow