Media Has Ruined Hunting | Fresh Traks Weekly (Ep. 26)
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This week we talk about a recently published study looking at the Greater Yellowstone Elk Herd and how much they rely on private land in the winter. Much of the land they utilize in the winter is still unprotected.
Conservation easements have recently seen pushback over concerns of land being for various reasons including being used as loopholes for large tax breaks.
Elk management in Montana continues to get people fired up with a couple of events scheduled to discuss future management in the state.
A changing of the US House of Representatives has new rules that allow for easier transfer of federal lands to the states.
For a deeper dive, Randy, Michael, Jace and Marcus talk about the changes they've seen in hunting media over the years, the good and the bad. The crew discusses how they strive to produce content that has more positive outcomes for the public land hunter
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