V6N2 of Project Upland Magazine Summer 2024


Summer in the uplands often means dog training, shooting hours, reflecting on past seasons, and dreaming of the next. In Volume Six, Issue Two, we explore best practices from lead training to Spaniel field trials. In the world of shooting, we delve into the origins of Sporting clays. In culture, we traverse topics from music to upland sporting art. As expected, our resident chef writers guide us on a flavorful journey from Italian-inspired “Sangweech” to flavor-packed Korean cooking. And as always, we continue to address the unique conservation issues across the North American landscape.

We hope this issue serves as a conversation piece with family and friends on warm days and as a great primer for those daydreams of the fall hunting season.

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In the Summer 2024 Issue

“We Are Responsible For Our State – Opening Letter” – By A.J. DeRosa

“What We Do For Dogs” – By Gabriela Zaldumbide

“Italian-Inspired Sharp-tailed Grouse Club “Sangweech”” – by Rossano Russo

“Korean Soy-Garlic Fried Quail – by Jenny Nguyen-Wheatley

“Lead From a Distance” – by Jason Carter (Cover Story)

“A More Nearly Perfect Way” – By Page Sorensen

“The Past Isn’t Far Behind” – by Clint Wirick

“Hunting Dogs in Art” – By Craig Koshyk

Revisiting the Pioneers of Sporting Clays in America” – by R.K. Sawyer

Travelling Music” – By Mike Fitzgerald

The Field” – by Jacob Law

A Fuzzier Perspective” by Naomi Coates


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Weight 11.6 oz
Dimensions .25 × 8.5 × 10.75 in


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