Hunting on NPR

Hey, gang. This is really short notice, but if you’re near a radio this afternoon, listen to Talk of the Nation on National Public Radio. George Meyer, exec. director of the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation, and Christine Thomas, founder of the Becoming an Outdoors Woman program and now a dean at UW- Stevens Point, will be featured.Here’s a brief release from George that was passed on to me yesterday by alert correspondent Larry Van Veghel. I assume the show will be archived at npr.org, in case you miss it.I’m going to try to tune in on my way home from ice fishing…

Later…

The National Public Radio show “Talk of the Nation: is hosting a show at the University of Wisconsin Marathon Campus in Wausau tomorrow, Thursday at 2 pm to 3 pm It is a national call-in show on Hunting.

On the show will be myself and Chris Thomas, Dean of the College on Natural Resources, UW-Stevens Point, an environmental philosopher from UW-Stevens Point and an ethicist from Penn State University.

Thank you, George

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