Featuring: Don Willimont, Steve Hamilton, Connor Borsie, Mandy Starnes, Cassy Premack and Matt Wakeham
A look at the hunting landscape in Canada. Women representing about 10 plus percent of hunters and 20 plus percent of anglers and are the highest growth in new people into these recreations.
We look at how Connor, Mandy and Cassy all were introduced to hunting and fishing in their lives, the role that it plays in defining their lifestyle and the way they interact with the outdoor world.
The differences in motivation behind our reasons to hunt from Food security and ethics, empowerment and connection to the land.
Social media and its effect on the perception and engagement of women in hunting and fishing. The heightened backlash that prominent women in the hunting space suffer because of their public facing content in television and social media.
Feminism and it’s connotations in a hunting context, is positive or negative? What are some of the challenges that women face as they embrace hunting and fishing as a lifestyle and as a community?
A review of the 5 Conversations We Should No Longer have about Women – A commentary on an article by Nicole Qualtieri.