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Despite its social controversy, hunting is an important tool for managing our wildlife populations and conserving our resources for generations to come. I recently decided that I would take the Hunter-Trapper Education course. This certifies...

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An important part of a community is unity. The word unity can be defined as “a condition of harmony; the quality or state of being one” (Merriam-Webster). Without unity, members of a community have no...

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Born and raised in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, most of my fondest memories center themselves around enjoying the beautiful nature that lives there. I’ve always felt a kind of artistic grand design in nature that sparked...

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