Urban Bowhunts reduce deer/human conflicts, feed needy

Arkansas’s urban bowhunts begin Sept. 1, giving some bowhunters an almost one-month head start before regular archery season begins. The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission created urban bowhunts for deer in cooperation with cities and bowhunting groups to help control growing deer populations near residential areas. Deer present in large quantities can create a strain … More Urban Bowhunts reduce deer/human conflicts, feed needy

The $100 Solution

The $100 Solution is a group project I am a part of for my Team and Organizational Leadership class in the Agriculture Department. This project began at the beginning of the semester and I was randomly paced in a group with 4 boys who immediately nominated me as the team leader. I was a little put-out … More The $100 Solution

Reminiscing about late morning singles dropping into the hole out of nowhere

This is one of my favorite images I captured from the 2015-2016 duck season. In my opinion Drake Mallards are one of the most beautiful species of waterfowl. This single didn’t even require us to call him in. He swooped into the hole after only a couple circles and right as he stuck his feet … More Reminiscing about late morning singles dropping into the hole out of nowhere

John 20:24-28

John 20:24-28 “…Jesus came and stood among them and said, ‘Put your finger here; see my hands. Reach out your hand and put it into my side. Stop doubting and believe.’ Thomas said to him, ‘My Lord and my God!’”  This scripture really spoke to me at New Life Church Greater Little Rock’s service on Good Friday. … More John 20:24-28