Griffin’s Guide’s own Joe Byers won first place in the Conservation category at the annual convention of the Mason-Dixon Outdoor Writers Association. The Talbot Denmead Memorial Award, which honors the finest writing on conservation and/or the environment, was presented to Byers for his article “Quality Plains Game Management” from Whitetails Unlimited.
Joe, who has contributed hundreds of compelling articles for Griffin’s Guide, is a seasoned pro who has hunted for decades. He’s published books on the subject and showcases some of his work on his own website, Joe Byers Outdoors. Joe has been a longtime proponent for conservation and ethical hunting, and has written reams of pages on the subject. We’re honored to have Joe on our staff and congratulate him on this well-deserved honor.
Here’s more about the Mason-Dixon Outdoor Writers Association.
The Mason-Dixon Outdoor Writers Association (M-DOWA) was founded in 1957 as a non-profit professional organization dedicated to improving member knowledge of effective communications in all fields of the outdoors media including writing, photography, art, radio and television broadcast, video, and on the internet. M-DOWA promotes outdoor education, the wise use of our natural resources, and holds members to the highest ethical standards of journalism. And we strive to have fun while accomplishing the missions above.
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