Monthly Archives: June 2011

Kansas Hunting Camp Owners Face Sentencing This Week

I hadn’t heard of this story until someone pointed it out to me. Two Texas brothers ran a deer camp in Kansas where they encouraged their clients to spotlight deer, hunt without licenses and use firearms during archery seasons. They’re … Continue reading

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Wrestling Legend Shawn Michaels to Host Hunting Program on The Outdoor Channel Program

Former WWE superstar and sport’s entertainment legend Shawn Michaels will be hosting a hunting themed show on The Outdoor Channel called MacMillian River Adventures. The show will pair Michaels with the owner of the McMillian River Adventure Camp Keith Mark, … Continue reading

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Making Cordage from Plant Fiber

This video is from historical trekking guru La Loup who runs the excellent blog A Woodsrunner’s Dairy which should be on your list of blogs to read if it is not. Here’s one of those “primitive” skills that we talk … Continue reading

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Cabbagegate! Man Fined $5,000 for Growing Too Many Vegetables

This story is about a year old but isĀ  good illustration of how home gardeners can get into trouble easily. The man in question actually seemed to be running a micro-farm complete with sell tables at the local farmer’s markets. … Continue reading

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Drought Conditions Mean Further Culling of Herds

Which may mean some cheap beef in the short run but it looks like ranchers are having a tough enough season to make further spikes in food prices inevitable: Deeper culling of cowherds is not just a possibility but reality … Continue reading

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