Bay Area hunting club shoots and shares wild game

Full-boar assault: The Bull Moose Hunting Society, a hunting club and wild game cooperative based in San Francisco, connects “city folk eager to gain intimacy with the capture and slaughter of the animals they eat.” The society helps soft-fingered newbies through the hunting license process, advises on equipment purchases (including a rifle), and teaches how to track and shoot game, clean a carcass in the field, and butcher meat in the kitchen. Members don’t have to hunt to eat the wild game, either: modeled on systems
of raw milk distribution, the Bull Moose meat share means that if members go out to hunt
on the weekend (for which they pay extra), everyone else gets a cut of the kill. (San Francisco Chronicle; thanks Diana F!)

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