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State of Stories: Ozark Outdoors: Hunting Lore and Fishing Stories (Facebook Live)

Mon, Nov 16 2020
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Virtual Branch
Age Group
For adults


The Story Center
Story Center Event
Virtual Event


Dr. Mark Morgan, Associate Professor in the Department of Natural Resources at the University of Missouri, Columbia, discusses how traditional activities such as hunting and fishing have changed from subsistence to recreation and describes how folklore can satisfy the need for vicarious attachment to nature through storytelling.


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