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Ep. 3: The Godfather of Conservation: Shane Mahoney

Ahi Va

The New Mexico Wildlife Federation is proud to introduce the man, the myth, the legend, the Godfather of Conservation Mr. Shane Mahoney. On this episode we sit down with Shane Mahoney all the way from Newfoundland, Canada, Jesse Debeul Executive Director for the NMWF who was on his way to a turkey hunt and Kami Elsisie the Communications and Education Outreach Coordinator for NMWF. We talked with Shane about the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation, Indigenous communities, the Wildlife Harvest Initiative and so much more. Give a listen and get involved with the Wild Harvest Initiative by visiting Conservation Visions of The Wild Harvest Initiative website. https://thewildharvestinitiative.com/https://www.conservationvisions.com/

1hr 14mins

12 May 2021

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Ep. 174: Trek for Turkeys 2021, Thank You Dad, and the Desire to Possess Animals with Shane Mahoney

The Hunting Collective

In this week's episode, Ben and Phil are joined by First Lite's Conservation Manager Ford Van Fossan to discuss the Trek for Turkeys 2021 and how it all benefits the NWTF. In the interview portion of the show, Ben is joined by Shane Mahoney to reflect on past conversations, discuss the desire to possess animals, and get an update on the Wild Harvest Initiative. Enjoy.Connect with Ben on MeatEater and InstagramMeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YoutubeShop The Hunting Collective Merch Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

2hr 13mins

20 Apr 2021

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Internationally renowned conservationist Shane Mahoney weighs in on the controversial capelin fishery

The Broadcast from CBC Radio

Internationally renowned conservationist Shane Mahoney weighs in on the controversial capelin fishery.Mahoney says it's time to focus a lens on this critical species before it's too late.

23mins

20 Aug 2020

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Huntavore - The WildHarvest Initiative with Shane Mahoney

Sportsmen's Nation - Big Game | Western Hunting

Shane Mahoney is the CEO of Conservation Visions Inc.  An organization that partners with other like minded organizations and individuals that spurs on conservation for wildlife and wildplaces.  As a scientist, activist, and storyteller, Shane has spent a great deal of his life interacting, observing, and connecting with the wild landscape.  His childhood was spent in the northeastern woodlands, and now as an adult expanding his view particularly on the North American Continent.  Shane launched in 2017, the WildHarvest Initiative.  A project that is beginning to quantify the amount of wild food harvested by Hunters, Anglers, Foragers, and Trappers.  The aim of this project is to understand the amount of food that is seperate from traditional agriculture, and its importance.  What if this food was gone.  How would this resource be replaced?  How many people would be affected?  Through the North American Model of Conservation, pursuing wildgame and foraging for wild plants has proven to be sustainable.  For Sportsmen, this initiative is a valuable tool for promoting our lifestyle.  Shane also makes a point to say that humans and animals can coexist, but not without forward thinking.  As we encroach on wildspaces, are we thinking about our effect on the wild species already there?    As we wrap our conversation, Shane shares a very unique dish, what could be described as a Turr Wellington.  A seabird, wrapped in dough and baked in the oven.  The unique part is that only native Newfoundlanders can hunt these Turrs.  His description of the dark, almost black flesh of these birds, wrapped, roasted, and served with vegetables had me looking into how to make a trip just to dine on one of these birds.Conservation Vision/Wild Harvest Website:  https://www.conservationvisions.com/wild-harvest-initiative Huntavore is Powered by Simplecast

1hr 4mins

6 Jul 2020

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Huntavore - The WildHarvest Initiative with Shane Mahoney

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Shane Mahoney is the CEO of Conservation Visions Inc.  An organization that partners with other like minded organizations and individuals that spurs on conservation for wildlife and wildplaces.  As a scientist, activist, and storyteller, Shane has spent a great deal of his life interacting, observing, and connecting with the wild landscape.  His childhood was spent in the northeastern woodlands, and now as an adult expanding his view particularly on the North American Continent.  Shane launched in 2017, the WildHarvest Initiative.  A project that is beginning to quantify the amount of wild food harvested by Hunters, Anglers, Foragers, and Trappers.  The aim of this project is to understand the amount of food that is seperate from traditional agriculture, and its importance.  What if this food was gone.  How would this resource be replaced?  How many people would be affected?  Through the North American Model of Conservation, pursuing wildgame and foraging for wild plants has proven to be sustainable.  For Sportsmen, this initiative is a valuable tool for promoting our lifestyle.  Shane also makes a point to say that humans and animals can coexist, but not without forward thinking.  As we encroach on wildspaces, are we thinking about our effect on the wild species already there?    As we wrap our conversation, Shane shares a very unique dish, what could be described as a Turr Wellington.  A seabird, wrapped in dough and baked in the oven.  The unique part is that only native Newfoundlanders can hunt these Turrs.  His description of the dark, almost black flesh of these birds, wrapped, roasted, and served with vegetables had me looking into how to make a trip just to dine on one of these birds.Conservation Vision/Wild Harvest Website:  https://www.conservationvisions.com/wild-harvest-initiative Huntavore is Powered by Simplecast

1hr 4mins

6 Jul 2020

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The WildHarvest Initiative with Shane Mahoney

The Huntavore - Sportsmen's Nation

Shane Mahoney is the CEO of Conservation Visions Inc.  An organization that partners with other like minded organizations and individuals that spurs on conservation for wildlife and wildplaces.  As a scientist, activist, and storyteller, Shane has spent a great deal of his life interacting, observing, and connecting with the wild landscape.  His childhood was spent in the northeastern woodlands, and now as an adult expanding his view particularly on the North American Continent.  Shane launched in 2017, the WildHarvest Initiative.  A project that is beginning to quantify the amount of wild food harvested by Hunters, Anglers, Foragers, and Trappers.  The aim of this project is to understand the amount of food that is seperate from traditional agriculture, and its importance.  What if this food was gone.  How would this resource be replaced?  How many people would be affected?  Through the North American Model of Conservation, pursuing wildgame and foraging for wild plants has proven to be sustainable.  For Sportsmen, this initiative is a valuable tool for promoting our lifestyle.  Shane also makes a point to say that humans and animals can coexist, but not without forward thinking.  As we encroach on wildspaces, are we thinking about our effect on the wild species already there?    As we wrap our conversation, Shane shares a very unique dish, what could be described as a Turr Wellington.  A seabird, wrapped in dough and baked in the oven.  The unique part is that only native Newfoundlanders can hunt these Turrs.  His description of the dark, almost black flesh of these birds, wrapped, roasted, and served with vegetables had me looking into how to make a trip just to dine on one of these birds.Conservation Vision/Wild Harvest Website:  https://www.conservationvisions.com/wild-harvest-initiative Huntavore is Powered by Simplecast

1hr 4mins

6 Jul 2020

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Shane Mahoney on Climate Change

National Wildlife Federation Outdoors

Renowned conservationist Shane Mahoney, founder of Conservation Visions and the Wild Harvest Initiative, joins the National Wildlife Federation Outdoors Podcast and co-hosts Drew YoungeDyke and Aaron Kindle to discuss the impact of climate change on hunting, fishing, and the wild harvest of game, fish, and forage, as well as the critical role that hunters and anglers can play in addressing it.  Resources:  Conservation Visions: https://www.conservationvisions.com/ Wild Harvest Initiative: https://www.conservationvisions.com/wild-harvest-initiative NWF's Natural Climate Solutions Policy Platform: https://www.nwf.org/naturalsolutions National Wildlife Federation Outdoors: www.nwf.org/outdoors Support from: Rep Your Water: www.repyourwater.com National Park Radio: www.nationalparkradio.com (Music)

59mins

19 Jun 2020

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Coast to Coast Outdoors Episode 12 , We speak with Shane Mahoney

Coast to Coast Outdoors Podcast

Coast to Coast Outdoors Episode 12 , We speak with Shane Mahoney CEO Conservation Visions. About the work they do and the Wild Harvest Initiative. Tune in. www.conservationvisions.com

1hr 30mins

14 May 2020

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Ep. 125: Baiting and Backyard Bird Feeders, Game Laws During the Apocalypse, and Our Place in the Natural World with Shane Mahoney

The Hunting Collective

This week Miles Nolte joins Ben and Phil to talk about baiting and backyard bird feeders, game laws during the apocalypse, filming hunting TV during the quarantine, and whether hunting is selfish or selfless. In the interview portion of the show, Shane Mahoney weighs in on how this pandemic is helping us understand our place in the natural world, whether hunting license sales will increase in the long term, and how our Model of Conservation creates real value for wildlife. 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

2hr 21mins

12 May 2020

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Shane Mahoney Part Two - Wild Harvest Initiative

NDOW presents the Nevada Wild Podcast

In this week's Nevada Wild Ashley Sanchez and Aaron Keller continue their sit down with world renowned Conservationist Shane Mahoney. Mahoney explains the Wild Harvest Initiative, a project to complete the first assessment that looks into the significance of hunting and angling to modern society, economically, socially, and ecologically.Mahoney explains the importance of this information, how it will show that hunting and angling are linked to human health and economic prosperity, and how it will define the totality of what we stand to lose, should hunting and angling cease to exist.

30mins

21 Feb 2020

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