Alicia Baker
When you hunt, nutrition is the first thing that comes to mind, right? Don’t roll your eyes just yet—nutrition should definitely be considered when deciding if you want that piece of beef steak or an elk roast for dinner. Read more >>
Walters, Lou
If you're looking for a "permission slip" to go fishing this weekend, read on. Because with cardiovascular disease being the leading cause of death in Montana, you should know that catching that spring trout is more than just good for your belly and your ego. Read more >>
Campbell, Christina
Though many enjoy hunting for the sport, there are many nutritional benefits to eating wild game such as bison, deer, elk. Read more >>
Campbell, Christina
There’s a lot of marketing directed toward food for sports participants, and as a consumer it’s often difficult to distinguish between reality and hype. Is Gatorade necessary? Is water better? Is a Power Bar better than a couple Fig Newtons? Read more >>
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