Michelle Rhee Interview

Michelle Rhee  The “Radical” Interview with Kam Williams Headline: Reading, Writing and Rhee Michelle Rhee was born on Christmas Day, 1969 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. A first-generation Korean-American descended from a long line of educators, she embarked on a career as a teacher in inner-city Baltimore soon after graduating from Cornell University with a BA […]

The Camping Challenge

Ah…the peace and excitement of leaving civilization. Whether packing up with friends, family, or heading out solo, it’s time for a little relaxation with some thrills and chills to boot. Some call camping a sport, others refer to it as the simple life. Peace, quiet, great hunting locations, streams and lakes thriving with fish, and […]

Landowners – Never Say Die as the Drought Continues

Drought is not an uncommon issue to deal with in the United States, especially when it comes to Arizona and New Mexico. However, this year the drought has been so intense that helping wildlife and keeping up food crops – as well as native vegetation – has been almost impossible. Making headlines is the Middle […]

How to Train Your Future Hunting Partner

With the springtime comes the planting of food crops as well as a host of other property maintenance issues. But as the crops are planted, the hunter searches for a cute little creature that’s a necessity when heading into the next hunting season. That puppy is essential for some when it comes to almost any […]

Still at the Top: The Adirondacks Reign Supreme

When speaking about the many places in this country that hunters, anglers and the general outdoorsmen/women count on to provide the best when it comes to wildlife, it is the Adirondacks that are still making every list that’s accumulated on these subjects. This is no surprise actually; the Adirondack Mountains seem to be a location […]

Turkey Patterning 101: Bagging the Gobbler Begins Here

  The Wild Turkey landscape is where hunters are flocking (more than three million hunters a year, to be exact). With the ever-increasing popularity of turkey hunting has come the desire and drive to bring that gobbler home. Unfortunately, whether in the bottomlands or forests, it has been a truth that many hunters come home […]

Hunting Season Ends but the New Sport of Shedding Begins!

The thrill of the hunt; the challenge of the chase; sitting in a tree in the extremely biting cold winds of winter to wait for that whitetail to come forth and present itself – all of this is an adrenaline rush. But when the snow ceases to fall, searching the woods in the springtime for […]

Winchester, Who? A Look at Why Colt & Remington Remain

  Believe it or not, this is a debate that is right up there with the new gun law legislation, Colorado news, and more. (And this is a debate that has gone on much longer than that whole Edward versus Jacob thing that most likely your teens were talking about). There are still the avid […]

The Missing Link – When it Comes to Mineral Licks

As most know, a mineral lick is a natural mineral deposit that deer and other animals are readily drawn to; they provide the essential minerals and nutrients that the animal needs for their overall wellness. Salt/mineral licks often occur naturally in an ecosystem, providing the sodium, iron, calcium, phosphorus and zinc that are all necessary […]

Camo IS Green – Check it Out!

  Being ‘green’ comes in many forms. The one that most people often identify with are the green organizations – charitable or volunteer programs that are dedicated to rebuilding habitats. There are also new businesses that have come to light that deal with everything from LED lighting to geothermal heating and cooling systems for a […]