On episode thirteen of The Urban to Country Podcast, I have the honor to sit down with two of my conservation heroes, Gayle Joslin and Jim Posewitz. Gayle was a mainstay in Montana's department of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks where she worked as a biologist for 32 years. During her distinguished career she could be found in the middle of some of the most important conservation issues of the day...actually that's still where you'll find her, in the fray, working hard to protect the wild places and wild creatures we all love.
Jim Posewitz is no slouch himself. Along with an equally impressive career fighting for Montana outdoor legacy, Jim has authored numerous books on various aspects of hunting and conservation, founded Orion: The Hunter's Institute, was a found member of the Montana Outdoor Hall of Fame, was inducted in the second class of said Hall of Fame, and the list goes on. Jim is the consummate voice in advocating for education and ethics in the hunting sphere.
Brining these two giants together for a conversation was one of the biggest thrills of my life. It's a laid-back conversation between friends and I hope you enjoy our banter as we talk about some serious and some silly topics and laugh at ourselves a little bit. I'm so excited to continue to share the amazing people and adventures that are shaping my life and I hope this podcast has a positive impact on yours. If you enjoyed this episode please leave me a review on your favorite platform.