Hunting Without Harvest Workshop

Turkey Photo Ryan Brady

Date: Saturday, October 14
Time:  9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Location:  The Leopold Center | E 13701 Levee Road Baraboo, WI 53913
Contact:  608.355.0279
Cost: $50.00
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Did you know hunting can be done with the only harvest being by camera, pen and notebook, or simply one’s memory? One can hunt without a weapon and without taking an animal’s life. This workshop is designed to teach specific hunting skills that will give non-hunters the confidence to take part in and enjoy the great sport of hunting in a non-consumptive way.

Topics to be covered include:
–  Skills and equipment specific to hunting deer, turkey, coyote and fox
–  Animal habits and signs
–  Basic orienteering (compass, map, GPS use)
–  Safety concerns and ethical practices will be stressed throughout course

Much of this class will be outdoors. Boots and outdoor clothing are required, and camouflage is recommended but not mandatory. A camera or notebook and pen may come in handy to capture any interesting moments from the hunt. You may also email the instructor, Ron, for more info or read this article about his experiences that inform this workshop.

Ron Weber is a former high school science teacher turned forester who is grateful to have been influenced by the conservation and hunting ethics espoused by Aldo Leopold, Gordon MacQuarrie, and other conservation giants. Through them, he has learned that it is the journey, not the end that makes hunting a worthy pursuit and pastime.

Wolf Fest 2017

Wolf Fest 2017

Date: Saturday, October 21
Time:  10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Location:  Endangered Wolf Center | 6750 Tyson Valley Road  Eureka, MO 63025
Contact: (636) 938-5900
Cost: $25 per carload if prepaid | $35 per carload at the door if not prepaid
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Go into the wild for a day of family fun at Wolf Fest 2017! Held at the Endangered Wolf Center, located on the grounds of Washington University’s Tyson Research Center just 20 minutes southwest of downtown St. Louis, expect to spend the day surrounded by nature, to have once-in-a-lifetime encounters with exotic animals from around the world and, of course, get a chance to be up close and personal with the wolves that call the center home.

There will be programmed activities for kids and lots of time for parents to enjoy an adult beverage, shop some of St. Louis’ most talented makers, crafters and artists, listen to live music and enjoy delicious food from our amazing food trucks! 

All proceeds benefit the work, vision and mission of the Endangered Wolf Center.

$25 per carload if prepaid– $35 per carload at the door if not prepaid

✔ Live Music
✔ Food Trucks
✔ Dozens of Local Vendors
✔ Canines in the Clouds, the ultimate sport, stunt & trick dog show
✔ David Jackson’s Conservation Ambassadors Zoo to You
✔ Kids Activities

… and much, much more!

Calling all artists, makers, retailers, creators and exhibitors, get your application to vend in today:

Come celebrate conservation with us and learn about the importance of our work to protect predators at Wolf Fest 2017!