1. Wild Game Burger Trio - Bear, Venison, and Salmon

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    from Harvesting Nature / Added

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    At Harvesting Nature we are so passionate about our food and we love to know the exact source of where our meat originated. For us, hunting and fishing isn't about chasing trophies. Our outdoor adventures are about putting food on the table. Harvesting wild fish and wild game is one of the safest ways to ensure our family is getting truly fresh and healthy meat. We have decided to expand our written adventure articles to dabble in film. This is our premier recipe film which celebrates the Spring and Summer grilling season with three wild game burger recipes. In this film, we took Black Bear meat from Alaska, White Tail Venison from Pennsylvania, and Wild Sockeye Salmon also from Alaska and ground it up into three delicious wild game burgers. Each has its own individual recipe which you will see in the film as well as a print recipe which can be found on our website at www.harvestingnature.com. In this film, we used a Weston meat grinder and a Weston burger press which can be purchased at www.westonsupply.com

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    • Seth Troxler - The Move

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      Seth Troxler at THE MOVE, Stoke-on-Trent facebook.com/Movemag facebook.com/WildfishProductions

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      • Red Flat Q & A

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        Dave Lacey, NFS Hunter Creek River Steward and Obie Stickler, Geologist for Red Flat Mining Corp. answer questions from the audience about the potential open-pit nickel mine in the headwaters of Hunter Creek and Pistol River. League of Women Voters Public Meeting, Gold Beach Thursday, November 20, 2014

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        • BAC Mono @ The IFB 2014

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          A brief look into how BAC is working with the International Festival of Business in Liverpool.

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          • BAC Mono Documentary

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            A brief history into the thought processes behind BAC's famous super car - The Mono

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            • Checto Scenic Waterway Support

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              Ann Vileisis of the Kalmiopsis Audubon Society, Dave Lacey, Hunter Creek River Steward and owner of South Coast Tours, and Alyssa Babin, Founder and Executive Director of Wild and Scenic Rivers send a message of support for the Chetco River as a State Scenic Waterway to the Oregon Parks Department Commissioners.

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              • Wild 'Bout Brookies

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                It is not every day I find a special stream like this with such robust wild brookies and indescribable beauty below the surface. Brook trout have lost a tremendous amount of habitat and genetic diversity to urbanization and excessive fish stocking. Please support and speak up for wild rivers and wild fish conservation.

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                • Wild Fish Works: Oregon Coast (Official Trailer)

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                  from Russ Schnitzer / Added

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                  See Wild Fish Works on the 2015 Fly Fishing Film Tour: flyfilmtour.com Wild salmon and steelhead are important to more than just anglers. They represent significant social, cultural and economic ties up and down the Oregon coast. Over the past year, Alan Moore and I worked to explore a few different examples of these connections. Wild Fish Works: Oregon Coast is the result. We hope that angling and non-angling viewers will consider their own connections to wild fish where they live, and explore the unique ways these fish manifest themselves across regions, communities and landscapes. Wild Fish Works' message is non-political and positive: where people, businesses, communities, conservation and landowners work together, Oregon's wild salmon, steelhead and trout heritage WORKS. Notably, the specification of "wild" fish in this context is NOT an anti-hatchery statement; rather, we call for more focus on the attainability and importance of conserving the wild fish reserves we still have, and the positive returns that even small investments in wild fish conservation can bring for Oregon. This is the "how" of Wild Fish Works. Agriculture and ranch lands, and other resource-dependent businesses don't need to change hands, change operations dramatically, or become outdoor recreation playgrounds for the urban crowd to have wild fish. They can stay largely the same with wild fish using them, and perhaps even increase in value and pay quality-of-life dividends for people willing to welcome the fish. The fish pretty much take care of the rest.

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                  • Wild Fish Works: Oregon Coast

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                    from Russ Schnitzer / Added

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                    Wild salmon and steelhead are important to more than just anglers. They represent significant social, cultural and economic ties up and down the Oregon coast. Over the past year, Alan Moore and I worked to explore a few different examples of these connections. Wild Fish Works: Oregon Coast is the result. We hope that angling and non-angling viewers will consider their own connections to wild fish where they live, and explore the unique ways these fish manifest themselves across regions, communities and landscapes. Wild Fish Works' message is non-political and positive: where people, businesses, communities, conservation and landowners work together, Oregon's wild salmon, steelhead and trout heritage WORKS. Notably, the specification of "wild" fish in this context is NOT an anti-hatchery statement; rather, we call for more focus on the attainability and importance of conserving the wild fish reserves we still have, and the positive returns that even small investments in wild fish conservation can bring for Oregon. This is the "how" of Wild Fish Works. Agriculture and ranch lands, and other resource-dependent businesses don't need to change hands, change operations dramatically, or become outdoor recreation playgrounds for the urban crowd to have wild fish. They can stay largely the same with wild fish using them, and perhaps even increase in value and pay quality-of-life dividends for people willing to welcome the fish. The fish pretty much take care of the rest.

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                    • What About Fish?

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                      Very few topics in health and nutrition are as confusing or seemingly controversial as fish consumption. Marc Jaoude (MarkitoNutrition.com) puts an end to the confusion by answering the following questions: - Is it healthy to consume fish? - What about fish and krill oil supplements? - What are the best sources of Omega-3s? - Why is the general public so misinformed about the dangers of fish? “The consequences of not being educated on this issue are extremely severe. So if you are concerned about your health and the health of your loved ones, especially if you have children and want to make sure they grow up healthy, pay close attention to the facts.” Marc Jaoude. Learn more at www.MarkitoNutrition.com

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