EarthYP Edge Conference in Maui, Hawaii

4209 21st Ave W
Seattle, WA 98199
(206) 281-7777

Add Business Details Free

Send Email
Improve Listing

4209 21st Ave W Ste 405
Seattle, WA 98199
(206) 588-1401

Add Business Details Free

Send Email
Improve Listing

People who search for this, may also be interested in: agriculture,animal farms,farms,game farms,hunting,hunting & fishing preserves,hunting & fishing programs,hunting trapping & game propagation.

Business information provided in part by Neustar Localeze.

Fishing
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fishing is the activity of trying to catch fish. Fish are often caught in the wild but may also be caught from stocked bodies of water. Techniques for catching fish include hand gathering, spearing, netting, angling and trapping. "Fishing" may include catching aquatic animals other than fish, such as molluscs, cephalopods, crustaceans, and echinoderms. The term is not normally applied to catching farmed fish, or to aquatic mammals, such as whales where the term whaling is more appropriate.
Read Full Article
Hunting
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hunting is the practice of seeking, pursuing and capturing or killing wildlife or feral animals. The most common reasons for humans to hunt are to harvest useful animal products (meat, fur/hide, bone/tusks, horn/antler, etc), for recreation/taxidermy (see trophy hunting), to remove predators dangerous to humans or domestic animals (e.g. wolf hunting), to eliminate pests and nuisance animals that damage crops/livestock/poultry or spread diseases (see varminting), for trade/tourism (see safari), or for ecological conservation against overpopulation and invasive species (see culling). Recreationally hunted species are generally referred to as the "game", and are usually mammals and birds. A person participating in a hunt is a hunter or (less commonly) huntsman; a natural area used for hunting is called a game reserve; and an experienced hunter who helps organize a hunt and/or managing the game reserve is known as a gamekeeper.
Read Full Article
Fruit preserves
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fruit preserves are preparations of fruits whose main preserving agent is sugar and sometimes acid, often stored in glass jars and used as a condiment or spread. There are many varieties of fruit preserves globally, distinguished by method of preparation, type of fruit used, and place in a meal. Sweet fruit preserves such as jams, jellies and marmalades are often eaten at breakfast on bread or as an ingredient of a pastry or dessert, whereas more savory and acidic preserves made from "vegetable fruits" such as tomato, squash or zucchini, are eaten alongside savoury foods such as cheese, cold meats, and curries.
Read Full Article
EarthYP Edge Conference in Maui, Hawaii