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The OutPost

  • Volume 2, Episode 4 – Call of the Northwoods, Part 2

    19 APR 2021 · Welcome to the season finale of Volume 2. In this episode, which doubles as part 2 of Andrew's conversation with A.j. DeRosa of Northwoods Collective and Project Upland, the two talk influencer marketing, Project Uplands future, and goals DeRosa has moving forward.
    1 h 1 min. 6 sec.
  • Special announcement: Waiting on Episode 4

    12 APR 2021 · A quick update from Andrew about Episode 4, Call of the Northwoods Part 2
    3 min. 28 sec.
  • Volume 2, Episode 3 – Call of the Northwoods, Part 1

    29 MAR 2021 · Episode 3 is here, and with it comes a call from the Northwoods. Northwoods Collective, that is. I sit down with A.j. DeRosa, creative director of NWC and Project Upland, an ultra-popular source for upland news, strategy, recipes and more. I was introduced to DeRosa in mid-2020 when I joined the Project Upland team as its current issues writer, and it introduced me to a brand new world outside the problems West Virginia sportsmen and women face. It's been a fascinating journey so far, and I wanted the OutPost audience to hear straight from me and DeRosa some of the issues plaguing and helping the hunting community. So kick back, relax and enjoy Part 1 of 2.
    1 h 12 min. 30 sec.
  • Volume 2, Episode 2 –  At the dinner table with Mike Costello

    15 MAR 2021 · Welcome to Volume 2, Episode 2! Today, Andrew takes a virtual trip to Lost Creek Farm in Lost Creek, W.Va., to talk to Mike Costello. Costello is a native Appalachian, growing up in Kanawha County, West Virginia, and a graduate of the then-P.I. Reed School of Journalism at West Virginia University. Not only is Costello a media-minded fella, he's part owner and operator at Lost Creek Farm, a relatively small but innovative farm in Harrison County. Costello and his partner Amy Dawson, who was unavailable to join the episode due to prior engagements, describe themselves as, "Two West Virginia cooks and farmers creating and sharing story-rich mountain cuisine." They operate an Instagram account (@lostcreekfarm), as well as produce their own podcast, The Pickle Shelf Radio Hour, as well as videos and other pieces of media to share their work and thoughts. Their work was also showcased on Anthony Bourdain's CNN show "Parts Unknown" a few months before the famous chef and world traveler committed suicide in France. Andrew and Mike touch on many topics, though none more important as food insecurity in West Virginia and greater region but also Appalachian resiliency and what that truly means. Other topics include wild game cooking, foraging and goals for the farm.
    2 h 7 min. 6 sec.
  • Volume 2, Episode 1 – Appodlachia meets The Outpost

    1 MAR 2021 · Welcome to the first episode of Volume 2! We welcome Spring with open arms and deep conversations about Appalachian stereotypes, economic development, politics and hunting in West Virginia with guests Chuck Corra and John Isner, hosts of Appalachia. So sit back, crack a cold one, and relax with the opener to Volume 2.
    1 h 36 min. 52 sec.
  • Volume 1 Special Episode – The very-last-minute holiday gift guide

    22 DIC 2020 · Time's running out, you're still looking for that perfect gift for that special outdoorsy person in your life. Maybe you want to get something from a small business in your West Virginia town, maybe you need some ideas for hunting camouflage or backpacking equipment. Fret not! Our very-last-minute gift guide is here! Give it a listen and consider some of these great gifts. They'll impress that special someone and make you the best gift-giver at your holiday get together.
    28 min. 20 sec.
  • Volume 1, Episode 4 – A year in review

    14 DIC 2020 · Welcome to the season finale for the inaugural volume of The Outpost! In this episode, Andrew dives into the last year of legislative action at all levels with Taylor Schmitz and John Culclasure of the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation. Listen to catch up (or remind yourself) of the good and bad that happened this year concerning sportsmen and women.
    52 min. 29 sec.
  • Volume 1, Episode 3 – Protecting what's ours

    23 NOV 2020 · Welcome to Volume 1, Episode 3! As we near the close of the year, I thought it would be good idea to highlight an organization on both the state and national scale: Backcountry Hunters and Anglers. BHA is a nonprofit organization that was founded 2004 in Oregon and has since been a voice for sportsmen and women across the country by “seeking to ensure North America's outdoor heritage of hunting and fishing in a natural setting, through education and work on behalf of wild public lands and waters.” BHA was integral in the passage of the Great American Outdoors Act, and the West Virginia chapter is currently fighting against the redesignation of the New River Gorge, something that would strip hunters of more than 4,000 acres of public land access – areas of the NRG that are prime for whitetail and duck hunting. So sit back, kick up your feet and enjoy Episode 3! --- GREAT AMERICAN OUTDOORS ACT FEATURE As promised, below is a link to my story on the Great American Outdoors Act with an exclusive interview with Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va).
    54 min. 45 sec.
  • Volume 1, Episode 2: The case for crossbows

    9 NOV 2020 · Welcome to Volume 1, Episode 2! In this episode, Andrew discusses bowhunting culture and how crossbows fit into it with TenPoint Crossbow Technologies' Marketing Coordinator Bryan Zabitski. Bryan is a lifelong hunter who's first bowhunting experience was with a TenPoint crossbow, albeit around the turn of the century. Since that first hunt, he began working for the Ohio-based company and quickly moved up the ladder to where he is now. In his time with TenPoint, he's noticed how the mindset around crossbows has begun to shift as more people have become accepting of the weapon as an ethical means of harvesting an animal. Still, there are some who don't think they belong in the woods during archery season. The two discuss all of this and more in Episode 2, so tune in – this is a conversation you don't want to miss.
    1 h 8 min. 55 sec.
  • Volume 1, Episode 1: Owning an Old Hemlock Setter

    9 NOV 2020 · Welcome to the inaugural episode of The Outpost, the Appalachian-centric podcast part of the Dominion Post network based in Morgantown, W.Va.! In the very first episode, Andrew dives into West Virginia's own setter breed, the Old Hemlock Setter. A bloodline bred by the famous author, artist and bird hunter George Bird Evans, Andrew discusses with his former colleague and good friend, David Schlake, what it's like owning one of these highly sought after bird dogs. The two also discuss how David's dog, Sage, handles western hunting since her bloodline was bred to point primarily woodcock and ruffed grouse, upcoming hunts – including one they're going on together – and more.
    1 h 15 min. 6 sec.

The Outpost is an Appalachian-centric podcast devoted to telling the stories of the region and it’s natural wonders. This is no Hillbilly Elegy – it’s raw, it’s real and most...

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The Outpost is an Appalachian-centric podcast devoted to telling the stories of the region and it’s natural wonders. This is no Hillbilly Elegy – it’s raw, it’s real and most importantly, it’s told by a born-and-raised Appalachian.
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