8 episodes

Conversations about community, real food, and conservation. Hosts Casey Pelzl and Paul McCarney speak with guests involved in inspiring work in the outdoors, discuss news and current events about conservation, and share tips and techniques related to food and cooking. Join us to explore important topics about hunting and fishing, learn about wildlife and wild places, and create an inclusive community.

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    • 5.0 • 23 Ratings

Conversations about community, real food, and conservation. Hosts Casey Pelzl and Paul McCarney speak with guests involved in inspiring work in the outdoors, discuss news and current events about conservation, and share tips and techniques related to food and cooking. Join us to explore important topics about hunting and fishing, learn about wildlife and wild places, and create an inclusive community.

    Episode 7 - Seal, Wild Turkey, and Morels

    Episode 7 - Seal, Wild Turkey, and Morels

    On today’s episode, we chat with Michael Hunter, co-owner of Antler Kitchen & Bar, a restaurant that specializes in game species in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. I chat with Michael about how writing and publishing “The Hunter Chef Cookbook” inspired him to open his own restaurant and he shares some ideas about cooking a couple favourite species. On the conservation segment, we discuss a recent scientific paper that evaluated the success of conservation initiatives in contributing to biodiversity targets.

    • 40 min
    Episode 6 - Conservation and Politics in New Mexico

    Episode 6 - Conservation and Politics in New Mexico

    On today's episode, we are joined by Gabe Vasquez. Gabe is running for Congress in New Mexico's 2nd Congressional District and talks about conservation priorities in New Mexico, the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, and the success of the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument. During the conservation segment, we chat about bighorn sheep conservation in New Mexico and dig into Colorado wolf reintroduction. You’ll also hear about a new structure of the Hunt To Eat Show to bring content every wee

    • 1 hr 29 min
    Episode 5 - Habitat and Human Connectivity

    Episode 5 - Habitat and Human Connectivity

    On this episode, we chat with Jessie Grossman from the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Y2Y). Jessie tells us about Y2Y’s work to protect habitat that supports wildlife and human activities. During the conservation segment, Mahting Putelis joins us to chat about “corner crossing”, recent changes to black bear hunting, and a new bill about chronic wasting disease (CWD). During the food segment, Judy Russ gives a primer on spices that every wild game cook should have in their cupboard.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Episode 4 - Learn to Hunt To Eat

    Episode 4 - Learn to Hunt To Eat

    On this episode, we chat with Cindy Stites, Director of Education at Hunt To Eat, about the Hunt Camps hosted by Hunt To Eat. The camps focus on a range of species and offer you the training and education to start hunting. On the conservation segment, we focus on expanding our community and run through some organizations and platforms that offer mentorship opportunities in the outdoors. On the food segment, Casey and Jonah chat about breaking down and handling game from the field to the butcher block.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Episode 3 - The Nature of Graphic Design

    Episode 3 - The Nature of Graphic Design

    On this episode, we talk to Doug Huegel and Judy Russ of Doug Does Design, a nature-based graphic design company. We chat about how they use their creative work to bring together nature, justice, and community. In the conservation segment, Casey and Paul talk about the complexity and controversy of the Wisconsin wolf hunt. In the food segment, Judy tells us about three cooking methods to get you started cooking wild game: brining, buttermilk, and braising.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Episode 2 - Reflecting Complexity

    Episode 2 - Reflecting Complexity

    We are joined by Carol Linnitt, co-founder of The Narwhal. Carol is a journalist, editor, illustrator, surfer, and PhD. The Narwhal is a leading voice in investigative environmental journalism. We chat with Carol about the importance in engaging with complexity and the role that journalists play in bridging perspectives. Casey and Paul discuss recent news about caribou management. In the food segment, Casey and Jonah Curtis talk about garden fundamentals and some tips to get started growing your own food. 

    • 1 hr 20 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

wildricethrasher ,

Awesome!

I am so excited that you guys are doing this show! I finally got to listen to the first episode and I am pumped thankful that two intelligent people are going to be talking about relevant up to date topics.

vrygudgrl ,

Amazing podcast to learn more about hunting!

I love how they look at the conservation of hunting and education. I feel like I finally found my community.

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