The 7 Pillars of Personal Growth | Elder Andrew McKean
One of our Elders here at AP Church, Andrew McKean brought a word this Sunday. Mr. McKean brought a word about the 7 Pillars to Personal Growth, and things in our lives that if we implement and pay attention to that will allow us to continue to grow and be everything God has called us to.
The History of Sporting Journalism, current issues & the "Conservation Obligation" featuring Andrew McKean of Outdoor Life magazine.
National Wildlife Federation Outdoors
After a break to refresh, Aaron sits down with Andrew McKean, one of the most respected outdoors journalists and the current hunting and conservation editor of Outdoor Life magazine. We talk the history of Outdoor Life and sporting journalism, the latest sporting issues and how they can either connect or divide our community, and the “conservation obligation”. We also discuss the public lands owner movement and how it could be more inclusive for all conservationists and overall trends in the sporting conservation arena. Check out Outdoor Life here: https://www.outdoorlife.com/ Check out Andrew’s podcast, “On Gravel”: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/on-gravel/id1429069645 Show notes: 1:35 - Heat wave across the west. 2:36 - Meet Andrew McKean, learn about his background in hunter and angler information and education. 3:30 - What has Andrew been doing outside recently... conservation and his recent involvement with nocturnal posse of Texas hog hunters. 7:08 - How Andrew got to Montana as a journalist, the public value of conservation and growing up on a farm as a squirrel hunter with "The Missouri Promise". 10:07 - The infrastructure built around conservation is intact and thorough in Missouri but the care and maintenance required. 11:23 - The current infrastructure projects and policy that NWF Outdoors is working on. 12:43 - Message from our partner podcast, Artemis! Listen to the Artemis podcast wherever you gather podcasts. 14:07 - The history and structure of outdoor journalism with a deeper look at Outdoor Life magazine. Why Andrew thinks it is a happy time for outdoor journalism. 22:20 - Exploring multiple avenues as a journalist and covering important issues such as guns and wildlife conservation. The second amendment. 25:35 - Wildlife is a public resource. "Just like our air and our water, it requires constant attention." 28:48 - Hunting and fishing access. Working with private land owners with a closer look at what has been unfolding in Montana. "We can't be single issue voters, no matter what the issue is." 35:30 - Public land owners & public land hunters. Andrew presents a different way of looking at this broad issue. 40:08 - States that may not have public land or accessible private land or waterways but have a strong cultural connection with conservation and their public trust doctrine. The flame of the blue collar conservationist is still being carried in upper midwest - otherwise known as the "Rust Belt". 42:24 - Looking forward instead of looking back when it comes to the outcome or consequences of some of the conservation issues we are dealing with at this time. What is habitat for the hunting community and where is the funding coming from. 47:46 - Speaking in an authentic and respectful way and our obligation as hunters in general. 55:20 - Andrew encourages every listener to become a hunter education instructor. 59:48 - "The Conservation Obligation" and getting people more engaged in conservation. 1:03:00 - Going back in time to go forward in time. Looking back at the history of the National Wildlife Federation and a big shout out to Aaron Kindle for his work and engagement on this podcast. 1:04:00 - A note on the creation of the NWF in 1936.
In this Episode (158) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy shares the mic with Andrew McKean. Andrew's background as with Outdoor Life and his many years as a volunteer give a unique perspective to discuss the issues of our time. Those topics include, politics hurting hunting, optimism in darkness, being uncomfortable, too much R3, it is all access, conservation matters, management of mismanagement, how much ground we have lost, crowding, the benefits of diversity, and tangents to put a smile on your face.
Missions Sunday Panel | Pastor Derek Wooten, Andrew McKean, Allan Tudor, Jeri Cook, and Jeffrey and Caryn Beth Hakes
This Missions Sunday featured a panel with discussion from several of our missionaries talking about the importance of missions and stories of the impact they've been having all over the world for the Kingdom of God. Led by Pastor Derek, the panel includes AP Church's International Missions Leader, Andrew McKean - AP Church's Stateside Missions Leader, Allan Tudor - Missionary to Malawi, Africa, Jeri Cook - and Global Missionaries, Jeffrey and Caryn Beth Hakes.
The Outdoor Guys: Radio Podcast for the Sportsman Lifestyle
Hunting Editor for Outdoor Life, Andrew McKean joins Ken on this week's show to talk late season turkey hunting. McKean's most recent article "How to Hunt Gobblers that Go Ghost" provides insight into the reason turkeys tend to gobble much less late in the season.
Andrew McKean talks about Wyoming wilderness hunts and some strange rules that go with them
America Outdoors Radio Podcast
Did you know you can't legally hunt for big game in federally designated wilderness areas within Wyoming? It's true and Andrew McKean, the Hunting Editor for Outdoor Life Magazine, fills us in on the "why" behind this rule. Air Date Feb 01, 2020
S2 E30 - Powderhook - Eric Dinger and Andrew McKean
Mule Deer Foundation - Talking Mule Deer Podcast
MDF Podcast - Talking Mule Deer with Steve Belinda and Jodi Stemler S2 E30 - Eric Dinger with Powderhook and Outdoor Life Hunting Editor Andrew McKean This week on Talking Mule Deer, we are visiting with Eric Dinger and Andrew McKean about mentoring new hunters. We open by talking with Andrew about his journey as a conservation journalist – as well as his journey to live in “the middle of nowhere” in Glasgow, Montana. Then Eric tells us about Powderhook, the technology company he founded that is making it their mission to add 3 million new hunters in the next five years through mentoring. He jokingly refers to Powderhook as the hunting mentor “match.com” because it’s intended to help connect new hunters with experienced hunters to get more people in the field. This new social technology is tapping into what more people are using for acquiring information and helping to reduce the barriers that people who might be interested in hunting may be facing. Andrew, who is renowned as a tremendous storyteller, is helping Powderhook to communicate our outdoor heritage and build the mentor network willing to take someone new out in the field. We hear about the experiences he’s had mentoring his daughter to hunt, featured in an article in Outdoor Life, then mentoring a man in his community who never had the opportunity to hunt before, and this year mentoring three different hunters he had never met before. We wrap up by talking about how it’s a responsibility for those of us who love to hunt to share this love with people who might not otherwise have the opportunity to get outdoors. As Eric says, the start of mentorship is an invite – he calls on all of us to take that step and ask someone to go with us this hunting season.
This week I’m joined by my friend Andrew McKean, former editor-in-chief at Outdoor Life and one of the sharpest minds in the outdoor space. We recorded this podcast in the middle of the frozen waters of Fort Peck Lake near McKean’s home of Glasgow, Montana. You’ll know that because of the constant gusts of freezing cold wind blasting our microphones. It’s a great conversation about how we retain hunters, encouraging youth to get outdoors and the virtues of ice fishing and Old Milwaukee Light. Enjoy. Connect with Ben and MeatEaterBen on InstagramMeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YoutubeShop MeatEater Merch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
EP 005: Randy Newberg talks with guests Andrew McKean, editor-in-chief of Outdoor Life, and Hal Herring, contributing editor of Field and Stream
Hunt Talk Radio
Subjects discussed: whether the Pittman-Robertson Act would pass in congress today; the top reason why people quit hunting; the political party Randy ascribes to; public land management critics; the cultural value of private lands; the challenge in getting non-hunters to look through the world with a lens of the participant; the collective voice of hunters in magazines and how that translates to non-hunters; conquering nature vs participating in it; and Randy's findings on which episodes of his tv shows have the highest ratings.