#BeyondtheStrut

#BeyondtheStrut – Arizona

Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests were hit hard by two of the largest fires ever to occur in Arizona. But, wildlife is rebounding thanks to stewardship work between the NWTF and the U.S. Forest Service. Also, state volunteers talk about the impact of fostering hunting in the next generation and a bow hunt on public land.

#BeyondtheStrut – New Mexico

The Zuni Mountains and Cibolo National Forest are home to the NWTF’s largest stewardship project, the nine-year running Bluewater Stewardship Project. In order to reduce fire risk, the NWTF is aiding in thinning of the timber stands and reducing fuel loads through burning. Also, onXHunt’s Dylan Dowson hits New Mexico for the first time to hunt turkeys at nearly 9,000 ft.

#BeyondtheStrut – California

It’s no secret that California’s forests are in need of conservation efforts to help with forest health. The NWTF’s stewardship agreement on Eldorado National Forest’s Cleveland-Icehouse Project already has seen more than 1,000 acres impacted and the project budget has reached $2.3 million. Also, NWTF staff meet up with From Field to Plate’s Jeremiah Doughty for a hunt at the project site.

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#BeyondtheStrut – Montana

Wounded veterans Jim Sursley, Army, and Dominic Davila, Marines, may have served their country in different eras, but they share a bond of service to country. NWTF Staff and volunteers come together to ensure Sursley and Davila also share a Merriam’s turkey hunt neither will forget.

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#BeyondtheStrut: Series Promo

The NWTF’s new short film series – #BeyondtheStrut – follows a 22-day road trip covering more than 5,750 miles. This spring swing through the west – Montana, California, Arizona and New Mexico – highlights a wounded veteran hunt and a series of NWTF conservation projects on public lands.

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