My current relationship with hunting and hunters is complicated. I love both, but there are many facets of the pursuit and the community that I don’t love. And for hunting to continue I think it’s key that we examine the positive and negative impacts, how we can enhance the former and work to eliminate the latter.

The way to do that, in my view, is to promote conversation about the issues that matter and at the same time work to educate each other about key ideas like conservation, our value systems and how to construct a better public image. 

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