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May 25, 2023

Iowa’s Scholastic Clay Target Program crowns international skeet and international bunker trap champions

The Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) held championship events for International Skeet and International Bunker Trap on May 20-21. These events are the same as what are competed in at the Olympics.
The Scholastic Clay Target Program allows student athletes from elementary through high school and college the opportunity to compete in trap, skeet, and sporting clays, as well as Olympic disciplines like bunker trap and international skeet.

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Ithaca, New York surrounded by outdoor attractions

When I think of the City of Ithaca, N.Y. in the Finger Lakes Region, it immediately drums up memories of great fishing, wine country, Cornell University, the former home of Ithaca Gun Company, some outstanding campgrounds, and numerous picturesque waterfalls. Despite the long list of outdoor attractions, I had never really spent any time in the city itself. Recently I had an opportunity to do just that, and I was pleasantly surprised at what this city had to offer.

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Northern mockingbird, rare in central PA, headlines Friday night marquee

As I entered the bedroom, a cool spring breeze was blowing through the open window, but something seemed oddly out of place. I could hear birdsong, which struck me as puzzling considering it was almost midnight. At first, I thought my son — who wants to be an ornithologist someday — had forgotten to turn off the bird sounds he sometimes listens to when falling asleep. But that wasn’t the case.

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A wild Minnesota legislative session ends: What might it mean for state’s outdoors?

As is usually the case, bills came and bills went – notably one that would ban wolf hunting in the state, should the species be federally delisted. Also not making the cut: fishing license fee increases. I really expected both to remain when the session ended – a mental product of coming to expect the unexpected from the 2023 Legislature.

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Commentary: Farm Bill must include solutions for family forest owners

Forests in the Farm Bill, a coalition of more than 70 forestry and conservation organizations, released last week a set of recommendations focused on improving the forest-related sections of the upcoming U.S. Farm Bill. The coalition urges legislators to strengthen the Farm Bill’s ability to protect the health and wellbeing of U.S. forests while supporting rural American communities.

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