Cottontail Cacciatore

Posted by Eduardo Garcia on March 25, 2020

 

Smoked Rabbit simmered until tender in a Tomato based “gravy”. Cacciatore is a vibrant and satisfying dish that is easily adaptable to make do with what you have on hand year-round. Substitute with Chicken legs or transform into a veggie friendly dish by using a firm Butternut or Acorn squash cut into larger pieces.

Corned Venison

Posted by Wade Truong on January 24, 2020

Venison Crunch Wraps with Wade Truong

Posted by Wade Truong on December 18, 2019

I’ll admit, I love cheap, nasty fast food. Taco Bell was always one of my favorite late night, after work, eating-under-the-influence meals. The combination of crunchy, oozy, salty, sweet, and spicy was spot-on after long days grinding away on the line. I don’t remember the last time I was at a Taco Bell, or any fast food place for that matter, but this dish is born from the memories of late night drive thrus, extra packets of hot sauce, and cheap beer.

Ask A Sheep Guide

Posted by Ford Van Fossan on November 21, 2019

A Market Approach to Bighorn Sheep Conservation in the Northern Rockies

Posted by Kit Fischer on November 04, 2019

Where conflicts between livestock and wildlife are prolonged and intractable, the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) believes that public land grazing retirements can provide an equitable solution for ranchers and wildlife interests. In coordination with federal land managers, the NWF negotiates with livestock producers to retire livestock grazing allotments that experience chronic conflict with wildlife. In Idaho, Colorado, and Wyoming this project focuses on efforts to reduce the risk of disease contact between domestic and wild sheep. This market approach recognizes the economic value of livestock grazing permits and fairly compensates producers for retiring their leases. This approach establishes an important new western model for resolving conflicts between livestock and wildlife on public lands.


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