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Showcasing Sac Valley Rice Fields in new Netflix episode

Showcasing Sac Valley Rice Fields in new Netflix episode

In the latest episode of MeatEater’s Cal in the Field, avid outdoorsman and conservationist Ryan Callaghan shined a spotlight on the Sacramento Valley.

He visited with one of our members, rice grower Sean Doherty, who was able to carry this out after forming a personal relationship with Callaghan.

The 20-minute hunting program shows how the years of collaboration between rice growers and conservationists have provided an unparalleled environment for wildlife, first with birds and now with emerging research to help salmon.

The episode titled “Rice Field Duck Hunting, Managing for Wildlife and Way of Life” is available on Netflix and can also be viewed on YouTube found here.

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