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Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World: How Hunter Safety Education Changed Hunting Aug. 23

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August 20, 2014
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Steve Hall, executive director of the International Hunter Education Association – USA. Todd Sampsell, the Missouri state director for The Nature Conservancy.

Plus, Todd Sampsell, the Missouri state director for The Nature Conservancy, also joins host Rob Keck.

This week, Steve Hall, executive director of the International Hunter Education Association – USA is featured on Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World radio. In addition, listeners will hear how healthy grasslands and forests mean healthy water resources, too. The show will air Saturday, August 23 at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Eastern time on RURAL RADIO SiriusXM Channel 80.

Hunter safety education has helped make hunting one of the safest outdoor activities that friends and family can enjoy. Hall talks about important steps hunters can take to make hunting even safer, and also shares how the delivery of hunter safety education has changed in the digital age. Protecting water resources is a topic tackled by Sampsell, and he explains how The Nature Conservancy is making a difference in Missouri, across the country and globally.

Each week, Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World draws upon outdoor experts from across the country to provide listeners with the latest information about hunting, fishing and wildlife conservation.
 

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Tammy Sapp
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Tammy Sapp has worked as an outdoor writer, photographer and communications professional throughout her 26-year career. She worked for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation for more than a decade before accepting the challenge to grow the communications department for the National Wild Turkey Federation. Today, she coordinates communications efforts for Bass Pro Shops, the outdoor retail leader in hunting, camping, nature gifts, and outdoor cooking. An avid hunter, angler, paddler and recreational shooter, Tammy has a passion for conservation and sharing our outdoor traditions.

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