Dana Benner has a BA in US History and Native American Culture and his M.Ed. in Heritage Studies. He teaches History, Sociology and Political Science at the college level. He has been writing about all aspects of the outdoors and culture for 30 years with his work appearing in regional and national publications.
Making one’s living from the bounty of the natural resources, to include hunting, is deeply engrained in the rich history of New Hampshire. Unfortunately, urban sprawl has taken many sections of the state away from […]
By far the toughest nut to crack in this challenge has been clothing. Looking on the shelves of any store, even the so called “All-American” outdoor stores like Bass pro Shops, Eastern Mountain Sports and […]
Well, it’s that time of year again. A time when we gather with family and friends at the Benner household. We gather to celebrate another year, putting aside all of our differences. We come together […]
Back in January I wrote a piece regarding the Government’s attempt to take away some protected land from out National Parks and Forests, selling it to big business. Now it is happening again, this time […]
There are tons of calls out there, one for every situation. There are predator calls, waterfowl calls, turkey calls and deer/elk calls and there are just as many manufacturers as there are calls. Just watch […]
Stream and river fishing for trout during the summer can mean low water and high temperatures, both making the already elusive trout that much more difficult to catch. Tactics and equipment that work well during […]