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East to West Hunting Podcast

Jan 30, 2020

North American Conservation Model

The North American Conservation Model was founded by early 20th century conservationists like Roosevelt, Pinchot and Grinnell and has always been an evolving continuum. First came the protections, then major funding wins in the 1930s, then public input in the 1960s & 70s. What can we...

Jan 22, 2020

Forestry, Wildlife Management, Habitat & Hunting - Why Its All Connected

Are you a forest ranger Todd? If not, what exactly does a forester do? This week, we're talking about the important roles that foresters and forest technicians play in forest habitat management & forest science. Todd discusses his path through SUNY...

Jan 22, 2020

Mentorship, Conservation and Storytelling - A Look Back on 2019

This week, we're looking back over the past year to reflect on what we've learned as a community in 2019. We're talking about the key pillars of the East to West Hunting Podcast - mentorship, conservation and storytelling. Todd also touches on...

Jan 22, 2020

Mentorship, Modernizing Conservation Funding and Social Media - An interview with The Wild Hunstman

Here's a recent interview on the The Wild Huntsman Podcast! Host David LaMere interviews Todd Waldron about the following:

The changing nuances of the public lands debate,

Why we need to modernize conservation...

Jan 16, 2020

New York Deer Hunting

Happy New Year everyone - wishing you the best for 2020! Thanks for all of your support throughout the past year. This week, Todd talks about hunting for food, why and when its entirely OK to harvest small bucks (as long as that's legal in your hunting unit), historic deer management in the...