So much of what we eat today is farmed using unsustainable methods, pumped full of growth stimulants and antibiotics, and kept in inhumane conditions. Can hunting offer a sustainable alternative? Here, Hunter Green argues that we should instead be getting our meat from the land around us. He says: “For some time now my
“Lake Mattamuskeet is a special place. You stand beside it and look out across it and see the number of waterfowl and shorebirds. You see things here that you don’t see in many places. It’s my favourite place in the world.”
In the latest short film from the wetlands and waterfowl conservationists, Ducks Unlimited, follow the Farley family in North Carolina, where they have been hunting and conserving the habitat for decades.
In fact, since he was seven years old, Ducks Unlimited Biologist, Ed Farley has hunted with his father, John B. Farley; his grandfather, John R. Farley; and his uncle, Jack Whichard. In this film, the four reunite at Lake Mattamuskeet for a few days of waterfowling and to reflect on the importance of family traditions, hunting and conservation.
Each film in the Ducks Unlimited series features thrilling hunting footage, but also tells the stories of waterfowl hunters who are passionate about hunting and giving back to the resource.
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