Find out more about the Sierra Club's sportsmen with the features below: interviews, profiles, and stories from Sierra Club friends, supporters, staff, and volunteers who hunt and fish.
Featured Interview: August 2008
Founder of HuntingLife.com talks about the nexus between hunting and
James Swan, Author of "In Defense of Hunting,"
Part 1: The game warden crisis in California
Part 2: Our physical, cultural, and spiritual origins in hunting.
Author of "The Loneliness of the Redneck Environmentalist" -- what it means to be stuck in the radical middle of the outdoors.
President of the Boone and Crockett Club and steward of Teddy Roosevelt's Elkhorn Ranch in North Dakota, the "Walden of the West."
Sportsmen, chef, and raconteur Steven Rinella on fusing French cooking with wild American game.
Conservation pioneer Aldo Leopold's great-grandson, Jed Meunier.
Photographer and sportsman Jeff Fox on the importance of wilderness and the American West.
A National Geographic author, hunter, and angler discusses the state of American hunting.
Lieutenant Commander Joel Stewart
The Founder of the Baghdad School of Fly Fishing on enjoying the outdoors — even in a war zone.
Dr. Bruce Thompson
The New Mexico Game & Fish Director discusses the 35th anniversary of the Clean Water Act.
A second-generation farmer talks about the Conservation Reserve Program.
A conversation with Dr. John F. Reiger, noted sportsmen author and historian.
Sierra Club staff, volunteers, and leaders
Heritage & Heroes
Your host, Sierra Sportsmen Organizer Jon Schwedler
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