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East to West Hunting Podcast

Mar 6, 2019

Forest Ecology for Hunters - An Eight Minute Primer. Like the hunting seasons we cherish, the landscapes we love and appreciate are dynamic and in a constant state of flux over long periods of time. Here's a nine minute introduction to forest ecology, succession and disturbance, and why having a basic understanding...


Feb 2, 2019

We hope you enjoy this 10 minute bonus footage that was recorded in the NY Backcountry Hunters and Anglers booth recently at the New York Sportsman's Show in Syracuse. Tom Hammond and I talk with our good friend Frank DeSantis about his Adirondack deer hunting season and the rich history of Frank's hunting camp near the...


Jan 19, 2019

BONUS TRAILER - Here's a quick 2 minute rundown for our highly anticipated, upcoming Salerno Brothers Adirondack Bigwoods Deer Hunting Podcast. Pat Jr. and Tony talk about their 2019 hunting plans and look forward to inviting Gus Congemi & Live the Wild Life TV back this year.


Jul 27, 2018

America's 400 million acres of working forests provide immeasurable benefits to our society - ecosystem services, fresh air, clean water, habitat, open space, and sustainable forest products. Working forests protected by conservation easements are privately-owned forests that offer great public benefit. Since...


Jul 15, 2018

East to West Hunting Podcast Episode 16 with Whit Fosburgh of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership. "We can talk about whether you want wilderness or managed public lands, that debate is a luxury. As long as we still have those public lands, we can have those debates" - Whit Fosburgh, President & CEO of TRCP....