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A conservation victory in Alaska: A unanimous vote from the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council approved Resolution 20-D, adopting a scientific approach to future habitat conservation for the use of remaining oil spill settlement funds from the 1989 oil spill. This will allow conservation and restoration projects to be completed "out-of-the-spill-zone" of the 1989 oil spill. Conservation projects could previously only be completed within the spill zone. These restoration projects will ultimately have a broader impact that will benefit fish, wildlife, and sportsmen and women. This decision is aligned with the recommendations CSF and nearly 20 other partner organizations submitted to the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council last year. CSF applauds the Trustee Council for thoughtful consideration of public comments and for ultimately adopting this measure. Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership | Boone and Crockett Club | Ducks Unlimited | Houston Safari Club Foundation | National Deer Association | National Shooting Sports Foundation | NSSF | California Waterfowl | Delta Waterfowl Foundation | Archery Trade Association - ATA | North American Grouse Partnership | Izaak Walton League of America Masters of Foxhounds Association of America | Wildlife Forever

A Former Ambassador Appreciates the Noble Diplomacy of the Hunt Field

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A Former Ambassador Appreciates the Noble Diplomacy of the Hunt Field Details By Angie Pell Jernegan The varied aspects of foxhunting appeal to people in many different ways. Some are drawn to the pageantry, some to the countryside, some to the fox and his wily ways, some to the hounds, and some to....

The varied aspects of foxhunting appeal to people in many different ways. Some are drawn to the pageantry, some to the countryside, some to the fox and his wily ways, some to the hounds, and some to the horse. Ambassador Richard (“Dick”) Viets is one of those who are drawn to the partnership between horse and rider while enjoying all of the parts of foxhunting.

It is with great sadness we inform you that Radnor Hunt Huntsman John Dean passed away on Saturday January 16 due to complications from COVID-19. As the third generation of his family to carry the horn at Radnor Hunt, John was extremely proud to continue the Dean tradition. His uncanny sense of where Charlie might be lurking and his knack for breeding just the right mix of hound attributes, provided subscribers, guests, and car followers with countless hours of superb sport. A gregarious giant of a man, John innately knew how to make sure everyone had a good time. John is survived by his wife, Nancy, and children Jessica, Johnny and James. Johnny and James are both graduates of the MFHA’s Professional Development Program and are First Whips at the Piedmont and Radnor Hunts, respectively. They proudly carry on the family tradition as professional hunt staff. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Dean family.

Need Help Tying Your Four-Fold, Bib-Style Stock Tie?

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Need Help Tying Your Four-Fold, Bib-Style Stock Tie? Details Staff If you’re struggling to figure out how to correctly tie your four-fold, bib-style stock tie, then check out this helpful video by long-time foxhunter, Devon Zebrovious, of Cherry Blossom Farm in Middleburg, VA. Devon Zebrovious wea...

If you’re struggling to figure out how to correctly tie your four-fold, bib-style stock tie, then check out this helpful video. 🎥

Meet Your Neighbor: Billie-Jo Pearl of the Masters of Foxhounds Association of North America – Middleburg Life

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Written by Kaitlin Hill In Middleburg, fox hunting scenes aren’t hard to find. From the painted portrayals lining the Red Fox Inn, to the six-foot bronze fox sitting outside the Middleburg Community Center, or the rotating exhibits at the National Sporting Library and Museum, and the familiar disp...

A great article about Billie Jo Pearl!

Featured Horse: Titon, a St. Louis Personality

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Featured Horse: Titon, a St. Louis Personality Details By Kathy Laramie Now in his 26th year, Titon remains a well-known equine personality in the St. Louis riding world. This 16.3h Percheron/TB cross has led a varied career, touching the lives of many. Titon age 26, with Kathy Laramie, attending.....

Titon still looks like a young horse in the hunt field at age 26. 💪