In all of my readings lately I have stumbled across numerous articles about "Forest to Fork....the original free range organic meat". It seems, to help curb the decline in hunters a few folks have gotten together and pitching this idea to the younger "watch what I eat crowd". I guess I don't understand it or it could just be my neck of the woods. But hunting around here is by no means going away. There's more hunters now then there were 10 years ago. It seems that everyone is wanting to hunt but not manage. It has actually cost me hunting opportunities with land I use to have permission to hunt going to closer friends or family of the owner (which I'm good with). But one thing stood out in all of these articles (besides the one lady who only use to eat road-kill meat) they are wanting to continue the legacy of hunting, but I didn't read anywhere about conservation. It mainly promotes meat-eaters. With today's ever increasing narcissistic society I see warning flags. The "meat-eaters" are already ruining the sport for me in my area. Quality deer are getting harder to come by no matter the amount of time, money and effort I put into my place. I beat my head on the wall when I read threads from everyone with 40-120 acres growing these great deer with crazy deer numbers. You would think with 1200 acres I'd have a leg up. But it goes to show you not all land is created equal. Back to my original post. What are your thoughts on promoting the "farm to fork" aspect of the sport to increase deer hunter numbers?