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By Doug Leier My neighbor taught me another new word. Locavore. I wasn’t sure if it was in Websters or if it was slang. But the meaning hit home. There’s a growing interest in fishing, hunting or even planting food on your own. Securing it “locally.” Maybe it was grown in your own garden or...

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently awarded a $10-million grant to researchers at Tufts University to develop meat produced from cells grown in bioreactors. The five-year project is being led by David Kaplan, Tufts' Stern Family Professor of Engineering.

IRONWOOD, Mich. – Some people worship weekly in a church, synagogue or mosque, carving time out of busy schedules for spiritual renewal. The respite takes place every week in a building. The rest of life is disconnected from it.

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NDG&F Release North Dakota’s 2021 deer season is set, with 72,200 licenses available to hunters, 3,150 more than last year. In total, any-antlered licenses increased by 1,500 from last year, any-antlerless by 1,250, antlered whitetail by 100, antlerless whitetail by 100, antlerless mule deer by 200 and antlered mule deer licenses remained the same. In addition,...

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Few can argue with the merits of a good burger or the mouth-watering appeal of a juicy sirloin. Many cringe at the mere thought of a stringent…

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By Doug Leier I grew up in an era when wild game cooking involved a can of cream of mushroom soup and a roaster. The wild game – grouse, duck, partridge or a rare pheasant – was simmering beneath the greyish gravy base. It was the way Mom did it, the way Grandma did it...

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By John Bradley Growing up hunting in Minnesota with my family, we’d avoid bowhunting for deer in September in fear of the occasional 80-degree day that could spoil meat quickly. It wasn’t until I moved out west that I started hunting the early season, when deer are often more predictable. During early season hunts like...