Hunt to Eat Director of Education Cindy Stites talks about Hunt Camps and how they offer mentorship, a sense of community, and training
On this episode, we chat with Cindy Stites, the Director of Education at Hunt To Eat, who tells us about the Hunt Camps hosted by company.
The camps, held throughout the United States, focus on a range of species and hunting formats. They are based on mentorship and building community, offering you the education, training, and dialogue you need to start hunting.
On the conservation segment, we focus on expanding our community and run through some other organizations and platforms that offer meaningful and inclusive mentorship opportunities in the outdoors. On the food segment, Casey and Jonah Curtis chat about the process of breaking down and handling game from the field to the butcher block.
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.