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Conversations that only occur in echo chambers don’t always spur growth. Divisiveness occurs when we think we need to go left or right. I am interested in having conversations on the MTN RDY podcast that propel us forward. How can we bridge this gap? How can we understand one another? This doesn’t mean we have to change our personal ethics or lifestyle. It means we can listen to understand one another. This is sometimes easier said than done. • Disclaimer: I don’t hunt and I don’t eat meat. This is a personal choice. It doesn’t mean I am better than anyone nor the latter. • In the past, I caught myself judging those that do go Backcountry hunting without asking any questions about it myself. I labeled. This is a fundamental problem. I labeled them and passed severe judgment without seeking to understand. I have had some confronting experiences lately about my own judgments and the consequences I have had to face because of them. • I had one of the best conversations I have ever had on the podcast with Dr. Josh Lenart who serves as the chair for the Backcountry Hunters & Anglers for the Central Region Utah Chapter and one of his board members, Caitlin who is also brilliant. • We chatted environmental and economic benefits of BC Hunting, ethics of hunting, common misconceptions, common understandings, game population, and more. • We walked away with an understanding, which is all you can ask for.       

 

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