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Alberta Conservation Group Launches 'My Meat's Legal' Anti-Poaching Campaign

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November 13, 2012

Alberta Conservation Group Launches 'My Meat's Legal' Anti-Poaching Campaign

By Chad Love

The Alberta Conservation Association wants you to proudly proclaim to the world that your game meat is legal as part of an anti-poaching ad campaign.

From this story on calgaryherald.com:
With hunting season in full swing, a conservation group has launched a cheeky campaign to take a stand against poaching. The campaign, My Meat’s Legal, was initiated by the Alberta Conservation Association earlier this fall. “Lots of times the lines get blurred because a poacher isn’t your typical hunter or angler,” said Lisa Monsees, communications manager for the association. “There’s a real pride in being an ethical and legal hunter.” The association is hoping the campaign, which includes selling T-shirts with the slogan and giving the proceeds to the Report-A-Poacher program, will get people talking about the problem

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from jcarlin wrote 1 year 23 weeks ago

I can't decide if that T-shirt is brilliant or incredibly poorly thought out.

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from RedTailHawkeye wrote 1 year 23 weeks ago

What Lisa is trying to say is that the government controls every food source and to be an "ethical" hunter you must bow down and ask the governments permission to feed your family with what God has provided.

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from EMT2163 wrote 1 year 21 weeks ago

Im sorry but if you have a third party person who is reading that shirt, say in a Spencers store, people would want to buy it since it sounds so crude.... Just saying...

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from jcarlin wrote 1 year 23 weeks ago

I can't decide if that T-shirt is brilliant or incredibly poorly thought out.

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from RedTailHawkeye wrote 1 year 23 weeks ago

What Lisa is trying to say is that the government controls every food source and to be an "ethical" hunter you must bow down and ask the governments permission to feed your family with what God has provided.

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from EMT2163 wrote 1 year 21 weeks ago

Im sorry but if you have a third party person who is reading that shirt, say in a Spencers store, people would want to buy it since it sounds so crude.... Just saying...

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