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11.17.21

The first part of the archery season will come to an end on Friday, while rifle season will start the Saturday after Thanksgiving. After a hunter bags a deer, they can decide whether they want to keep it or donate it. Venison is getting cut at Smokin’ Joe’s Meats and Deli in Mount Cobb. Archery […]

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11.15.21

MERCER — Hunters Sharing the Harvest, Pennsylvania’s acclaimed venison donation program, has successfully coordinated the processing and distribution of deer meat from hunters to hungry people for 30 years. This year, however, is the first since 1991 without John Plowman at the helm. During Plowman’s tenure as executive director, along with co-founder Ken Brandt, the […]

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07.23.21

Weekly Bargain Bulletin Edition 2570 July 23, 2021 Outdoor Opportunities By COL(Ret.) Grey D. Berrier II Be Proactive: Include Hunters Sharing the Harvest in Your 2021-22 Deer Hunting Plans! Looking back, I can think of numerous times when I’ve lent a “helping hand” while out deer hunting. Cooperation afield just seems to be part of […]

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07.16.21

Weekly Bargain Bulletin Edition 2569 July 16, 2021 Outdoor Opportunities By COL(Ret.) Grey D. Berrier II It’s Time to Purchase PA Antlerless Tags to Hunt Deer and Potentially Help Others (Part 2 of 2)      One phrase which you hear quite frequently is “game changer”. When it comes to athletic contests, some rule changes […]

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07.09.21

Weekly Bargain Bulletin Edition 2568 July 9, 2021 Outdoor Opportunities By COL(Ret.) Grey D. Berrier II It’s Time to Purchase PA Antlerless Tags to Hunt Deer and Potentially Help Others (Part 1 of 2) Have you ever noticed how every profession, sport, organization, or hobby has its own “insider information”? I’m talking about unique things […]

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06.09.21

Brian Whipkey Pennsylvania Outdoors Columnist June 8, 2021 For three decades, Pennsylvania sportsmen have been donating venison to local food banks and pantries. This year, Hunters Sharing the Harvest is observing its 30th anniversary, and officials are looking for more processors and sponsors. Randy Ferguson became the executive director earlier this year. The program started […]

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