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Priorities for Your Woodland & Wildlife Stewardship

By Dave Duell / September 21, 2022 /

All landscape stewardship efforts should be organized into a priority list. This following will help you arrange your priorities for stewardship on the landscape: Goals and Objectives Establishing clear and concise management goals and objectives are essential to starting the process of organized management on your property. Identifying your priorities with your land will help…

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A Beginner’s Guide to DIY Mushroom Inoculation and Cultivation

By Dave Duell / September 16, 2022 /

For many people, the idea of growing their own mushrooms at home seems like a daunting task. But with a little bit of know-how, it’s actually a pretty easy (and rewarding!) process. In this video guide, we’ll walk you through the basics of DIY mushroom inoculation and cultivation so that you can get started on…

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Managing Your Woodland for Wildlife

By Dave Duell / March 25, 2022 /

Forest stewardship objectives (timber harvesting, timber stand improvement, etc.) completed in the forest landscape also accomplish wildlife management objectives as well. Therefore, forestry management objectives must consider wildlife management objectives. Some helpful forestry practices for your woodland landscape are as follows: Create or Maintain Wildlife Den Trees in the Forest While snags (dead standing trees)…

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Top Conservation & Forestry Podcasts of 2021 Guide

By Dave Duell / January 29, 2022 /

You may be looking for new podcast recommendations for the new year, especially podcasts that have to do with conservation, leadership, business, hunting, and the general outdoors lifestyle. Here are some of our recommendations based on what we listened to in 2021. Hunt Talk Radio Guest Organization ID Nationalized Politics of Public Lands, Guns &…

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Tactical Life Lessons for 2022

By Dave Duell / January 15, 2022 /

Alex Honnold’s free solo climb of El Captain is the epitome of epic. This gritty pioneer of free solo mountain climbing surmounted this feat that no other has ever done. This seemingly impossible venture was made possible by his meticulous climbing experience, determined preparation, and raw confrontation of the risk of dying. Traversing the rigors…

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