I loved a story titled "Hipsters who Hunt" in Slate magazine, which I found linked through Field and Stream. I've been following the "locavores go hunting" movement with interest and a fair amount of smirking. "Hunting is undeniably in vogue among the bearded, bicycle-riding, locavore set," the Slate article states. I can't get over the irony of urbanites "discovering" hunting like it's some lost art, and also realizing the wrongly stereotyped bloodthirsty rednecks are actually people who care about wildlife and wild lands and want to protect both. This is my favorite line: Lon says the motivation for his liberal clan to don hunter orange is “spending time in the woods with friends and family, primarily. Oh, and drinking more than you can get away with at home, eating unhealthy food, and farting. These are bipartisan pursuits.”
Whether you call them locavores, hipsters, or just hunters, it's an interesting trend that I enjoy reading about, and hopefully you will to. Check out the article here HERE.