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Culinary Conservation and Ethical Hunting with Justin Townsend

Listen to Justin on the Minimalist Outdoor Podcast hosted by Meg Carney.

About the Podcast:

A podcast raising awareness through conversation, information, and mindfulness regarding some of the most important environmental issues of our time. The goal of Outdoor Minimalist is to give outdoor enthusiasts and outdoor companies tools they can use to change their behavior when engaging in outdoor recreation to lower their overall environmental impact.

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From the Episode:

In episode 130 of the Outdoor Minimalist podcast, we introduce the idea of Culinary Conservation. 

Forewarning: if you haven’t eaten or are hungry now, you’ll be starving by the end of this episode. 

I had the pleasure of sitting down with Justin Townsend to explore the wonders of culinary conservation and discuss his view of ethical hunting and foraging practices. 

Justin, a tribal member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, is an avid hunter, angler, writer, and former restaurant chef whose passion for the outdoors led him to create Harvesting Nature in 2011. 

He travels North America with his family and is fortunate to hunt, fish, and cook, all while sharing his experiences with others through recipes, film, podcasts, and the written word. Justin also proudly serves in the United States Coast Guard.

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