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February 28, 2018

Tomato-and-Brown-Sugar-Braised Shoulder

For hunters who value the connection between their white-tailed deer harvest and preparing a quality venison dinner, Outdoor News has partnered with chef Jon Wipfli to feature an excerpt from his new cookbook Venison: The Slay to Gourmet Field to Kitchen Cookbook. Follow Wipfli’s recipe for Tomato and Brown Sugar Braised Shoulder with White Cheddar and Jalapeno Grits utilizing your venison.

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Environmental snapshot: Aquatic Invaders Summit III

Hundreds of lake, river, fishing, and other environmental advocates are attending the Aquatic Invaders Summit III at the Earle Brown Center in Minneapolis today and tomorrow. Jim Luoma, a fisheries biologist from U.S Geological Survey Upper Midwest Science Center in La Crosse, Wis., presents the results of research on the effectiveness of various (lethal) agents

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First female conservation officer celebrated during Women’s History Month

By all accounts, Huldah Neal was no one to fool with. That’s not to say she wasn’t liked or respected throughout Grand Traverse County, Michigan, which she called home for 70 years. In fact, her 1931 obituary mourned her loss, describing Neal as a “loved pioneer” who was “highly esteemed by a large circle of

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