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Does anyone know of a magazine, newspaper, or website where I could pay tribute to my brother who recently passed away at the ag

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  • Josey
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    It's sad losing a friend. I recommend putting together a PowerPoint presentation to honor his life. If you are not familiar with PowerPoint, it is a Windows program that allows one to insert pictures and movies and these will play like a slide show to whatever music you select.

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  • MN Outdoorsman
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    You could post same question on Field and Streams website. It gets a lot more traffic and responses from people.

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  • huntindeforest
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    Thank you for all of the good ideas, OL was mentioned and I have checked with them but don't get responses anymore. More ideas are welcome, they have given me some inspiration......much appreciated.

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  • MN Outdoorsman
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    Maybe make some wood duck houses or mallard hen houses,(important for the future of the species) and get permission from local wetlands to install and maintain them every year and put a plaque remembering him on them.

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  • MN Outdoorsman
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    In Minnesota groups can adopt a stretch of the Mississippi to clean up. I'm pretty sure they get their name on a sign. Maybe you could start a similar program where you live or join one. I'm not trying to make work for you these are just some things I thought of on the top of my head.

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  • MN Outdoorsman
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    I am sorry for your loss. What if instead of or on top of paying tribute in a magazine you organize a group of people to build a hiking trail or campsite in a state or federal park or possibly a nature center. Or maybe adopt a roadway in an area that he used to travel in while on his way to a favorite outdoor destination. You could dedicate the project to him and it would have a lasting impact on other outdoor enthusiasts. Possibly a trail could be named after him or just a sign on an adopted highway saying "In loving memory" of him. Perhaps that would get attention from your local newspaper and they would do a story on it. Lot's of outdoor activities rely upon volunteers to make things possible for other people. Local church groups or Boy or Girl Scout troops could be a good place to find willing volunteers for service work.

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  • officerdom1987
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    North American Hunting Club has a magazine they put out every month for their members and to purchase. They always have great family oriented stories and really focus on family values. I'm not sure if you are a member or not, but try shooting them an email or a call, maybe they can help you out. There are so many sportsman who belong to NAHC as well. Also, ask OL!!

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  • Does anyone know of a magazine, newspaper, or website where I could pay tribute to my brother who recently passed away at the ag

    Does anyone know of a magazine, newspaper, or website where I could pay tribute to my brother who recently passed away at the age of 30? He loved everything about being outdoors, it was his one true passion in life to be doing anything with nature (hunting, fishing, filming, camping, etc.). I have been trying to find a good way to pay tribute to how he lived his life? Thank you

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