Locavores Engaging in Wild Fish and Game Consumption Increase Health of Community and Environment

In the article “Extending the Locavore Movement to Wild Fish and Game: Questions and Implications,” Keith Tidball, Moira Tidball, and Paul Curtis explain the many benefits associated with consuming local fish and game.  Not only does choosing to eat local, wild food increase the consumer’s contact with the outdoors, it also provides improved nutrition and exercise.  In addition, money from the sales of hunting and fishing licenses goes back into conservation and management programs that maintain the health and integrity of wild animal populations and their habitats.

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