Current issue: November–December 2015
In this issue:
Gardening with a Gun: Locavores—some of them ex-vegetarians—are adding organic, free-range game meat to their fall harvest. Read more >>
A Fine Finish: Ending Montana’s pheasant season with a rooster volcano. Read more >>
Danger Around Every Bend: How sporting art’s “predicament scenes” have shaped our perceptions of the outdoors. Read more >>
Shouldering Its Responsibility: FWP proposes additional hunting seasons to reduce the size of burgeoning elk herds in parts of Montana. Read more >>
Lost in Space: Return from the backcountry in one piece by avoiding these mental mistakes. Read more >>
Montana Outdoors Portrait: Least Weasel. Read more >>
Our Point of View: I’m Thankful for FWP Volunteers. Read more >>
Eating the Outdoors: Perfect Braised Venison. Read more >>
FWP At Work: Cory Loecker. Read more >>
Back Porch: Losing While Gaining. Read more >>
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