As conscientious hunters, we don't just want to fill tags. We also want to make a positive difference to the places we hunt. Tag along with Federal ambassador Josh Froelich on his journey to turn his home property into ideal habitat for both game and hunters.

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Clear-Cut Solutions

Deer and most other game species crave the food and cover that shoot up in the wake of a timber harvest. Federal ambassador Josh Froelich explains what to do—and what not to do—after the loggers leave to maximize the benefits to both hunter and hunted.

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The Start Of Stewardship

Vacant land is a blank canvas. Join Federal ambassador Josh Froelich as he transforms a piece of raw real estate into the ultimate hunting parcel. The lessons you’ll learn along the way will make you a better steward of the properties you hunt and the wildlife that lives there.

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Taking Down Timber

The first step in the management of most forested properties is a carefully planned timber harvest. Whether you’re looking to break ground for food plots, create bedding cover, cut shooting lanes, clear access roads or all of the above, Federal ambassador Josh Froelich explains what you need to do and shares lessons he learned on his property.

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Plot A Deer’s Demise

You’ve done the heavy lifting of having timber removed. Federal ambassador Josh Froelich walks through the next steps in the process to turn forest openings into lush food plots.

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Hit The Dirt

A food plot is only as good as the soil it grows in. Federal ambassador Josh Froelich details how to give your plots the pH and nutrients needed to produce game-attracting groceries.

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Winning The Water War

The best soil and seed won’t grow a thing without adequate water. Federal ambassador Josh Froelich doesn’t let even a historic drought get in the way of reaching his food plot and habitat goals.

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Working For Waterfowl

Although habitat for ducks and geese is managed most effectively at an overall landscape level, individual property owners can take steps to help waterfowl and improve their hunts. Federal ambassador Josh Froelich taps the expertise of Brad Heidel for simple, cost-effective measures landowners can use.

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