Outdoor Journal Radio – July 21 2018

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Dr. Steven Cooke from the Cooke Lab at Carleton University joins Angelo with an update on his fish tagging project on the Rideau Lakes. How long does it take to capture and tag 1000 fish, and where do fishermen fit into the study?

The Chaga Mushroom King, Jerry Ouellette is back with treats from the forest for Angelo to sample. What delicious treasure is on this week’s menu? New Canadian “Tweens” are at a higher risk of drowning, according to a report prepared by the Life Saving Society. Barbara Byers joins Angelo to talk about the report, and how to reverse this trend.

The Go Fish in Ontario segment features historic Widgawa Lodge near the La Cloche mountains of Killarney Provincial Park. The scenery is spectacular and the fishing for smallmouth bass, northern pike and walleye is underrated according to lodge manager Joshua Willoughby.

Exercise is the best way to keep your brain healthy. Dr. Laura Middleton from the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Waterloo, will join Angelo to tie
together brain health, exercise, and the outdoors.

 

Play it Safe with Retired Staff Sergeant of the OPP Bradley Schlorff – Stearns

Lets get outside with Coleman Canada and  Retired Park Superintendent – Algonquin Provincial Park – John Winters

Go Wild with Black Angus Fine Meats and Game

Go Fish In Ontario.com with Widgawa Lodge

Patrick Walsh – Editor in Chief –  Outdoor Canada Magazine

Dr. Steven Cooke – Professor of Environmental Science and Biology – Carleton University – Ottawa

Jerry Ouellette – Chaga Health and Wellness

Barbara Byers – Public Education and Research Director – Life Saving Society (Canada)

Dr. Laura Middleton – Department of Kinesiology – University of Waterloo