Welcome back to a new season of American Outdoor News. We hope that everyone has been safe and healthy throughout this pandemic. As always, we strive to bring you the very best of the outdoors. We have been quite busy throughout 2020 to bring you engaging articles and interviews with outdoor ambassadors such as Bo Jackson, Craig Boddington, Gus Congemi and Brittany Boddington. We recently launched our new American Outdoor News Podcast which you can find on our website as well as Blubrry, Spotify, iHeartRadio and many other hosting portals. Our podcast allows us to expand our range of topics to appeal to our broader audience.
To start 2021 off on a positive note, we are proud to announce our New Partnership with the National African American Gun Association! The goal of National African American Gun Association is to educate and train the firearm community in a safe and supportive environment. They strive to introduce Americans to firearm use for home protection, competitive shooting and outdoor recreational activities. This impressive organization welcomes people of all religious, political, social and racial backgrounds. You can visit their website for more information at https://naaga.co/
In the Spring Edition of American Outdoor News we will speak to someone who has stalked a multitude of species across thousands of acres of public land throughout the US. Randy Newberg is the leading advocate for self-guided hunts on public lands. We will speak to Randy about how to hunt public lands, his tireless conservation efforts as well as wolf management.
Thank you all again for your readership and we look forward to another exciting year.