Presented by the Josephy Library for Western History & Culture
Tuesday, May 21 at Noon – The Word on Lead
Jim Akenson , Conservation Director of the Oregon Hunters Association, calls his talk “Hunting and Conservation: 100 Years Back/ 30 Years Ahead…to Non-Lead.”
Lead–as in bullets and hooks used to hunt and fish–is in the news, a matter of controversy and concern with hunters, fish and game officials, biologists, Indian tribes, and, I imagine, with the producers of bullets and hooks. Please join us Tuesday for an hour and learn what people across the spectrum are saying and doing about the issue.
Akenson is a long-time outdoorsman and researcher, and the co-author, with his wife, Holly, of 7003 Days: 21 Years in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness.
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