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Hipsters Who Hunt: More Liberals are Shooting Their Own Supper

Yasha Wallin

Hunting is undeniably in vogue among the bearded, bicycle-riding, locavore set. The new trend might even be partly behind a recent 9 percent increase from 2006 to 2011 in the number of hunters in the United States after years of decline. Many of these new hunters are taking up the activity for ethical and environmental reasons.

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  • Ben Goldhirsh

    this line responds to the issues I was thinking about before digging into the article - "If you can’t pull the trigger, you had better start collecting tempeh recipes." I've felt good about catching what I eat, just never taken that next step with mammals. Not sure I've got the want to have the eye contact with a dear and then put an arrow or a bullet through her, but also not vegetarian so kind of hammered by that author's line quoted in the first sentence. anyone in LA feel like giving this a try? In one of the early issues of the quarterly magazine, the edit staff here at GOOD HQ covered some folks who bow hunt in the san gabriels. Should we try to make a trip out of it over the holiday? Casey?