Tune into the first-ever episode of Hunt to Eat’s new podcast: the Hunt to Eat Show
Welcome to the Hunt to Eat Show’s inaugural episode!
This podcast engages with thoughtful guests to have conversations about Hunt to Eat’s three pillars: community, real food, and conservation. Hosted by Casey Pelzl and Paul McCarney, the show digs into the challenges and complexities involved in conservation and gathering our own food. We tackle difficult conservations, have some fun, and work to create meaningful and inclusive hunting and outdoor community.
In the guest segment of this episode, we talk to Hunt to Eat’s CEO, Mahting Putelis, and its Editor in Chief, Gabby Zaldumbide, about the company’s vision, goals, and the community it wants to build for the future. For the conservation discussion, we ruminate on one of our favorite ruminants (the caribou), one of the world’s favorite predators (the polar bear), and the inherent complexity of what it means to be a “hunter.” In the food segment, we talk about some general food safety and handling tips.
Welcome to the Hunt to Eat Show! Listen below, online here, Spotify, or anywhere else you get your podcasts. Don’t forget to leave us a review!
Paul (he/him) is an environmental social scientist, hunter, and conservationist. He currently lives in Whitehorse, Yukon (traditional territories of the Kwanlin Dün First Nation and the Ta’an Kwäch’än Council). He has a PhD in environmental studies and is interested in understanding and engaging in the full complexity of the social-ecological systems of hunting, fishing, and wildlife conservation. Through his work and writing, he hopes to connect people and their knowledge to contribute to positive and inclusive hunting and conservation communities.