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Shauna Stephenson

Shauna Stephenson has been a writer, photographer, communicator and conservationist for nearly two decades, the past decade being spent at Trout Unlimited, working on projects…

  • Cooking from the Water's Edge

    Want to eat more fish?

    Check out Hank Shaw's newest book to learn how to take your trout from the stream to the table. Hank Shaw has made a name for himself as a hunter, angler, forager, and above all a chef and lover of good, honest food. As one of the trailblazers in the increasingly popular wild-game based cuisine genre, Shaw has…

  • Sauce up your campfire steak for Memorial Day

    Calling all campfire pyros: It’s almost Memorial Day!  It’s not that there’s any bad time or way to break out the grill, but if you’re one of the lucky millions out around the campfire this weekend, might we suggest this as the perfect time to upgrade to your steak and veggies?  And as far as upgrades go, there’s not much easier than adding a classic sauce -- made in advance --…

  • LWCF can be your guide to fishing in your backyard

    If you don't know where to go fishing next, check out this map. Compiled by the Trust for Public Land, it outlines every project the Land and Water Conservation Fund has helped become a reality over the past half century. There is also a map to looks at potential future projects — a glimpse into…

  • This might be the best breakfast on the river

    My three-year-old son has a gut like a garbage-eating street dog. Being one that was raised on lightly buttered russet potatoes and rarely seasoned cuts of chicken, I’m not quite sure how he missed the memo that kids are supposed hate spicy food.  It’s tamales that always bring the little beggar sniffing into the kitchen, barking up the stools until he has…

  • Cooking from the Water's Edge

    A ramen recipe you can get behind

    I have a complicated relationship with ramen. American ramen. The 10-cents-on-sale, crinkly package that comes in yellow, red or pink.  I’ve eaten it out of necessity when there wasn’t enough money to cover the rent and there were six of us living in a two-bedroom apartment next to a condemned (yet still surprisingly busy) fraternity house.  I’ve eaten it…