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Wounded Veterans Hunting is about the freedom

Staff Writer

Photo courtesy Jode McKee Representatives of Square Top Ranch and the Outdoor Recreation Heritage Fund (ORHF) pose with Zachary Stinson (left, on trailer), Square Top owner Matt Cook (middle, on trailer), Ken Katter (right, on trailer) and Stephen Navarro (right, leaning on truck) following a successful hunt on the ranch. Stinson, Katter and Navarro, all wounded combat veterans, participated in the hunt through ORHF.

Photo courtesy Jode McKee
Representatives of Square Top Ranch and the Outdoor Recreation Heritage Fund (ORHF) pose with Zachary Stinson (left, on trailer), Square Top owner Matt Cook (middle, on trailer), Ken Katter (right, on trailer) and Stephen Navarro (right, leaning on truck) following a successful hunt on the ranch. Stinson, Katter and Navarro, all wounded combat veterans, participated in the hunt through ORHF.

For some, hunting isn’t about the kill or the freezer full of meat; it’s about the process, the opportunity, the great outdoors and the freedom.

That was the case for a group of wounded combat veterans who took part in an October hunt at Square Top Ranch sponsored by the Outdoor Recreation Heritage Fund (ORHF).

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This story was posted on November 7, 2013.