NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION
OUTDOORS PODCAST 

The National Wildlife Federation has been working with hunters and anglers since 1936 to tackle the biggest natural resource challenges. The NWF Outdoors Podcast explores the most important conservation issues and the people who do the hard work to safeguard our fish, wildlife, lands, and waters. Hosted by Aaron Kindle and Drew YoungeDyke.

Men's Artemis Cutthroat
Men's Artemis Cutthroat

Men's Artemis Cutthroat

$ 28.00

For those men who want to support the Artemis movement.

We have teamed up with the Women of Artemis to create some new gear directed at the women within our community.

As sportswomen and conservationists, we do more than hunt and fish. We have an obligation to give as well as receive and to embody an inclusive culture. The complete sportswoman can skin a deer, land a burly brown trout, navigate the backcountry, and she knows her game commissioners and politicians, knows wildlife laws, defends all wildlife, advocates on their behalf, and teaches others these skills. We cannot expect the next generation to enjoy the privilege of our irreplaceable lands, waters, and wildlife without our explicit engagement in all facets of the sporting conservation life. Artemis embodies the definition of the complete sportswoman and sees it as our duty to use our platform to promote and teach this philosophy.

The fabric is a blend of 60% combed cotton and 40% polyester that is soft out-of-the-box with ideal stretch for maximum comfort and fit.  Printing uses a water-based technique generating a design that is soft and pliable after one wash with no cracking over time and minimal environmental impact compared to typical petroleum-based printing processes.

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Migration
Migration
Migration

Migration

$ 28.00

Wildlife need room to roam. To move between winter range, summer range, calving areas, and other important habitats. The need for migratory connections is even greater as wildlife face a mounting number of ecological changes. Loss of winter habitat, drier summers, invasive species, and habitat fragmentation pose a growing number of conservation challenges.

With increasing pressure on wildlife habitats and corridors comes the growing need to protect these routes and the wildlife that utilize them. Specifically by connecting protected areas while also keeping working farms, ranches, and other traditional uses on the land. Hunt To Eat, IWF, MWF, and WWF support and work toward policies that promote conservation, restoration, and reconnection of habitat across public and private lands.

15% of the profits will go back to IWF, MWF, and WWF because we understand that habitat restoration and protection, along with collaborative efforts on working lands, will allow wildlife to continue their borderless lifestyles.

Learn more about Wildlife Migrations. 

The fabric is a blend of 60% combed cotton and 40% polyester that is soft out-of-the-box with ideal stretch for maximum comfort and fit.  Printing uses a water-based technique generating a design that is soft and pliable after one wash with no cracking over time and minimal environmental impact compared to typical petroleum-based printing processes.

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The National Wildlife Federation Podcast

NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION
OUTDOORS PODCAST 

The National Wildlife Federation Outdoors Podcast explores the biggest conservation issues and most interesting conservationists and programs throughout the country, from national programs to statewide conservation efforts and current issues driving the conversation within the hunting, fishing, and conservation community.

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Elk Raptor
Elk Raptor

Elk Raptor

$ 25.00

When we leave remains of carcasses with lead bullets out in the field, other scavenging animals can suffer the consequences. The Elk Raptor tee will start conversations on how our ammunition choices feed our conservation goals.

The life cycle of a hunted animal does not stop when we carry it from the field. The remnants are left for scavengers to pick over. By choosing non-lead ammunition, we can minimize the impact on this natural food chain.

 

The fabric is a blend of 60% combed cotton and 40% polyester that is soft out-of-the-box with ideal stretch for maximum comfort and fit.  Printing uses a water-based technique generating a design that is soft and pliable after one wash with no cracking over time and minimal environmental impact compared to typical petroleum-based printing processes. 

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HUNT. FISH. PROTECT.
HUNT. FISH. PROTECT.

HUNT. FISH. PROTECT.

$ 25.00

There are simple moments that occur when we spend time outside. Enjoying a bird cupping in to land in a lake, time spent starring at a campfire, enjoying the sunset. And to keep enjoying those moments we must "Hunt. Fish. Protect."   

 

Fabric is a blend of 60% combed cotton and 40% polyester that is soft out-of-the-box with ideal stretch for maximum comfort and fit.  Printing uses a water-based technique generating a design that is soft and pliable after one wash with no cracking over time and minimal environmental impact compared to typical petroleum-based printing processes.

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