Episode 032: Wyoming Bear Advocacy with the Western Bear Foundation

Welcome back to the podcast Roamers! Thanks for joining us for the second installment of Wyoming grizzly bear management. The guys from Right To Roam sit down with Joe Kondelis of the Western Bear Foundation to dive full force into their role in bear education, population management, public service, bear advocacy, hunting as a tool […]

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Episode 028: Wyoming Leadership with Mark Gordon, Bob Budd, and Scott Talbott

Welcome back to the Right To Roam Podcast! This episode is the third and final part of the Sportsmen’s Legislative Reception the guys from R2R had the pleasure of attending. In this episode, Chris, Adam, and Sam are joined by three heavy hitters in the Wyoming political and public resource management arena. Current State Treasurer, […]

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The Right To Roam Lowdown Episode 005: Backcountry Packing with Livestock

Welcome back to the podcast and here’s the Lowdown. In this episode the guys touch on what is becoming a lost art though once the foundation of backcountry hunting and exploration, packing with livestock. Calling upon their own experiences, the R2R crew discusses the barriers to entry, hardships, and benefits of horses in the backcountry. […]

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Episode 025: The Fastest Fetal Free For All with Adele Reinking and Melanie LaCava

Welcome back to the Right To Roam Podcast! Be sure you have your studious mindset ready as the guys of R2R sit down with pronghorn aficionados Adele Reinking and Melanie LaCava. Both Adele and Melanie have worked their post graduate degrees around the fastest land mammal this side of the Atlantic Ocean. These ladies help […]

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The Right To Roam Lowdown Episode 004: Schoolhouse Rock Wyoming Style

Welcome back to the Right To Roam Podcast and thanks for listening to this week’s episode of the Lowdown! In this episode the guys cover, very briefly, the list of potential legislation that will be considered in this year’s Wyoming legislative session. Thanks to the Wyoming Wildlife Federation, your hosts provide brief synopsis of each […]

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Episode 21: Hunter Ethics Pt. 3

Welcome back to the podcast! As the title clearly states, in this episode of the Right To Roam Podcast we continue our discussion on Hunter Ethics. Chris and Adam dive into the finer points of ethical practices in the field and on social media. Using the Boone and Crockett Club’s tenets as a framework this […]

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Episode 019: The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership and the Sportsmen’s Country Campaign

Welcome back to the podcast! In this episode Lee and Adam dive into the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership and they work they do in the political realm on behalf of all public land owners and especially hunters and anglers. The guys speak with Joel Webster, the TRCP Director of Western Lands, on the specifics of […]

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Episode 018: Hunter Ethics Pt. 2

Welcome back to the Right To Roam podcast! This episode the the continuation of Lee and Adam’s discussion from Episode 016 on hunter ethics. In this episode the soapboxes can get a little taller and the issues a bit more in depth as field craft and weapon proficiency are both discussed. We appreciate you taking […]

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Episode 013: The March for Science

On this episode of the Right To Roam podcast, 3/4 of the hosting contingent are joined by co-coordinator of the March for Science, Kristen Gunther, to discuss the importance of science in education and our management practices, where and how the scientific process can be effective, and some of the roadblocks and hurdles that can […]

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Episode 012: A Conservation Cornucopia

Episode 012 is just what the title suggests. The guys from Right To Roam are joined by Public Lands Coordinator for the Wyoming Wildlife Federation and National Wildlife Federation Sportswomen’s Coalition Leader, Jessi Johnson, to discuss all things conservation and public lands. Jessi is a great resource for public lands issues that are prevalent in […]

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