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Jessi Johnson is a bowhunter and a public lands advocate. She works full time at the Wyoming Wildlife Federation and cofounded Artemis, “bold sportswomen creating fresh tracks for conservation.” This week we’re presenting a story from the HumaNature podcast (hosted by Caroline Ballard) about how one backcountry trip lead her on a heartbreaking odyssey. It’s an episode that will make you think about what thought and care (or lack there of) goes into sourcing your food.
You can see photos and videos from Jessi’s hunt, and more information about her nonprofit work, at HumaNaturePodcast.org. You can also hear more stories about human experiences in nature there, too.
Jessi Johnson and Caroline Ballard
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