Americans Turn to Hunting and Fishing As Meat Disappears from Stores

Updated: Jun 9


With several food processing plants shut down around the country due to the coronavirus, fresh meat and poultry are becoming a little harder to find on store shelves. There's evidence that more Americans are taking to the fields and streams to put food on the table, and Gabriella Hoffman, host of the District of Conservation podcast, joins Cam with tips on the best way to get started if you've never hunted or fished before.

I don't place any faith in Mainstream Media. I will however from time to time, use Mainstream Media to show you the differences between Mainstream Media broadcasts (fake news) and REAL NEWS broadcasts. Anyone who is "awake" will clearly see these differences. These videos may contain copyrighted material. Such material is made available for educational purposes only. This constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 U.S.C. section 107 of the US Copyright Law. The material is made available on this channel as a way to advance research and teaching related to critical media literacy and intercultural understanding, among other salient political and social issues. Through context, critical questioning, and educational framing, this channel creates a transformative use of copyrighted media. The material is presented for entirely non-profit educational purposes. There is no reason to believe that the featured media clips will in any way negatively affect the market value of the copyrighted works.

logo_white_square_trans_shadow-bev_1_700
email-icon_trans-shadow_white_1_400x400.