Gabriella discusses how to apply for the inaugural Virginia elk hunt lottery and teases her upcoming FSU speech on 1/26.
Radical environmentalists call Andrew Wheeler, Youngkin’s pick for Natural Resources Secretary, an ‘extremist
Andrew Wheeler, former Trump EPA chief, was nominated by Governor-elect Youngkin to serve as the next Virginia Secretary of Natural Resources. Radical environmentalists called him an "extremist" following the announcement.
“RGGI describes itself as a regional market for carbon, but it is really a carbon tax that is fully passed on to ratepayers. It’s a bad deal for Virginians. It’s a bad deal for Virginia businesses,” Youngkin said.
Set your outdoor resolutions with host Gabriella's help. Tune to the podcast to find out more and get the latest on suppressors.
Margaret Byfield of American Stewards for Liberty joins the podcast to discuss why opposition to 30X30 will grow in 2022.
On Tuesday, the City of Fairfax in Virginia voted 4-2 to institute a rain tax on residents to save the Chesapeake Bay. Here's why the new measure is deeply flawed.
“RGGI describes itself as a regional market for carbon, but it is really a carbon tax that is fully passed on to ratepayers. It’s a bad deal for Virginians. It’s a bad deal for Virginia businesses. I promised to lower the cost of living in Virginia and this is just the beginning.” — Virginia Governor-elect Glenn Younkin In Episode 235 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses two news stories for listeners. One regarding incoming Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin announcing his intent to withdraw the Commonwealth from the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), the other about Biden's EPA revoking the Trump-era Navigable [...]
Watch & hear author and philosopher Alex Epstein discuss the moral case for fossil fuels and why they lead to human flourishing.
Gun Owners of America's Mark Jones, who's overseeing their new Hunter Outreach Program, joins the podcast today for a timely conversation.
Today on the podcast: A new bill on aquatic plant management, the latest Proterra-Granholm ethics concerns, and an interview with outfitter Dave McCool.
On the podcast today, Gabriella discusses how the incoming Youngkin administration will advance true conservation in January 2022.
CFACT's Gabby Hoffman previews her upcoming speech at UTSA and discusses the implications of banning wolf hunts. And GoWild names a crayfish.
Gabriella breaks down the two Va gubernatorial candidates and their positions on firearms, conservation, and energy. Tune in !
In Episode 222 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses a breaking news story relating to the upcoming Virginia gubernatorial election and how the state's electric utility company funneled $200K to a shadowy leftist group discouraging gun voters from voting for Glenn Youngkin, who is more pro-gun than Terry McAuliffe.
Rep. Dan Newhouse discusses the Western Caucus' 30X30 alternative plan and more on the podcast today. Tune in here!