Stacy Lyn on Sustainable Living Lifestyle on The Sportsman Channel
STACY LYN HARRIS SHARES SUSTAINABLE LIVING LIFESTYLE ON THE SPORTSMAN CHANNEL
I am so happy that my family and I get to share the simplicity of sustainable living on DESTINATION WHITETAIL on the Sportsman Channel, Wednesday, July, 23, 2014, at 7:30 and 10:30 Central.
I hope that you will be able to watch. They show us talking about the garden, chickens, bees, composting, hunting, and COOKING and we take you on a tour of our land. Believe it our not, all of what we do, besides the hunting, is only on an acre of land. We live on about 7 acres, but only “farm” and have our home on about an acre of that.
There is really nothing better to eat for flavor and health than fresh organic meat and vegetables straight from the garden.
You will get to hear from my family what they think about sustainable living and I will cook for you right from the fireplace in my Dutch Oven.
WATCH the teaser here! I would love to hear from you!
New Destination Whitetail Shows Best Tips for How to Live Off the Land
Cincinnati, OH (July 22, 2014) – On this week’s all-new episode ofDestination Whitetail, we travel to Alabama to follow a family dedicated to sustainable living. Find out how one family of nine hunts and gathers its way to a full freezer all year round. The episode airs on the Sportsman Channel this Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT.
Stacy and Scott Harris and their seven children invite the Destination Whitetail cameras into their home and garden to experience a fully sustainable lifestyle—and, of course, to enjoy a beautiful home-cooked meal. The Harris family avoids the supermarket as much as possible to instead use their property to produce enough food to satisfy nine mouths. They accomplish this with diverse gardens for every season, a large chicken coop and of course, deer hunting.
Throughout the episode, Stacy Harris, a gourmet venison chef and author of the book Recipes & Tips for Sustainable Living, emphasizes the benefits of properly cooking wild game with wild vegetables and herbs when they are at peak freshness.
Stressing the importance and benefits of swiftly delivering food from the farm to the table, the Harris family further offers a peek into how they quickly get their hunted deer from the field into a truck and right to the processing stand to get the best taste and nutrients from their meat. Plus, viewers will hear Stacy’s top three tips for maintaining healthy chickens. Get inspired to incorporate a sustainable lifestyle into your own routine by tuning in to this week’s Destination Whitetail.
Explore the diverse hunting landscape in the U.S. each week onDestination Whitetail, airing every Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT, only on the Sportsman Channel.
About Destination Whitetail
Destination Whitetail, produced by F+W Outdoors,premiered in 2012 on the Sportsman Channel. The series investigates the people, places and ways to hunt whitetail throughout North America. In the 43 states that have deer populations, their habitat varies as greatly as the traditions and methods used to hunt them. Destination Whitetail goes behind the scenes with some of the outdoor industry’s most prolific personalities and learns how whitetails have contributed to their success. After its first season, Destination Whitetail was named a finalist for the 2012 Sportsman Choice Awards for “Best New Series.”
I treasure the times I get to drive through Southern Landscapes and pull over at the Farmers Markets and local stores I come across. Today was one of those days. Scott and I would take long drives talking and laughing during our dating years and we are now enjoying the same tradition with our kids.