Kick off this week’s broadcast with stories from Publisher Rob Drieslein and Minnesota Editor Tim Spielman as they remember the remarkable outdoor life of Vikings Coach Bud Grant, who passed last Saturday. Carrol Henderson drops in later during the broadcast to talk about Grant’s interest in nongame wildlife. In between, Backyard and Beyond column Stan Tekiela chats with Rob about wood duck nesting house season and Rob’s recent falconry hunt. Finally, Pelican Rapids, Minn.-based Aaron Field from the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership joins the program to talk about his new role as the organization’s private lands coordinator.
Episode 427 – Remembering Bud Grant’s life beyond football, plus spring nature notes, and TRCP’s new regional guy
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