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Hunters are helping keep food banks stocked through COVID-19
All that extra meat can make a difference in a crisis.
North America’s biggest salmon run may no longer be in danger
While the denial of the Pebble Mine permit is largely good news, Bristol Bay still needs permanent protections.
Can a hunter outrun an antelope? This ultra-marathoner is finding out.
Chasing down pronghorn on the open prairie is about a lot more than just winning the race.
Take a stab at spearfishing with these tips
Make a small splash and a big catch.
How to stock your pantry to endure a long, uncertain winter
When it’s time to shop, think like a survivalist.
Don’t have a boat? Try bowfishing.
It’s cheap, fun, and surprisingly easy to pick up.
Wood filters, hot rocks, and seven other ways to purify water in the wild
Access to safe drinking water is critical in camping or survival situations
Has technology made us worse hunters?
Humankind has not lost the sensory capabilities that ancient civilizations had.
Bone broth will sustain you at home and in the wild. Here’s how to make it.
Knowing how to cook a simple broth will keep you well-fed and hydrated.
Loggers could soon slice through one of the most important forests in the US
The decision to retract the Roadless Rule in Alaska is expected to be finalized by end of October.