Outdoor Journal Radio – March 17 2018

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We’ve known for centuries, that wild plants have medicinal value. Research conducted in the lab at Des Moines University, shows that blueberry extract can contribute to the effectiveness of radiation treatment for some types of cancer. Dr. Yujiang Fang joins Angelo with his research insight.

Jerry Ouellette is back with an update on the popularity of Chaga mushrooms as natures treatment for medical issues.

If you want a great family vacation option, with good fishing for walleye, bass, and muskies, Caygeon Cove on the Kawartha Lakes chain is a great choice. This resort is a host property for a big walleye tournament, with a division for the lady anglers. Craig MacPherson joins Angelo with all the details.

When you buy a fishing or hunting licence, what happens to your money after it’s deposited in the Fish and Wildlife Special Purpose Account? Some say the account has become a slush fund for the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry.

Ken Currah joins Angelo as a representative of the Aylmer Stakeholders Committee, and he thinks some of the expenditures are fishy. Wil Wegman joins Angelo with an ice fishing update, and some great tips on the last days of ice fishing before the spring breakup.

 

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

Gord Pyzer – Outdoor Canada Magazine

Go Fish In Ontario.com with Caygeon Cove Resort

Jerry Ouellette – Chaga Health And Wellness

Ken Currah – Director – Aylmer Stakeholders Committee

Wil Wegman – Conservation Director – Aurora Bass Masters

Dr. Yujiang Fang- Des Moines University – Department of Osteopathic Medicin