Tony Stewart offers land for noble causes

Nascar racer Tony Stewart makes a difference by offering his land for wildlife study and youth hunts.

The Headline:  Racer Tony Stewart offers Indiana land for deer research, hunting trips for ill youth

The Summary: The Associated Press reports that NASCAR driving legend Tony Stewart is offering 414 acres of his Hidden Hollow ranch to be used for wildlife study and for chronically ill children involved in the Catch-A-Dream Foundation to go hunting.

Jeff’s Take: This is a fine example of a hunter—in this case a celebrity—making a difference. I’m sure that Mr. Stewart, an avid bowhunter, lauds what little free time he has, yet he essentially donates his land to the two things that all hunters should be doing: Promoting biology-based wildlife conservation and taking kids hunting. A few people might know that I'm not the biggest NASCAR fan in the world, but now I am a huge fan of Tony Stewart.

Catch-A-Dream Catches on: “… the Foundation has granted wishes to 339 children ages 6-18 in 45 states since 2001.”

Recommended Gear: Redhead camo bib youth overalls; Tony Stewart Realtree T-shirt ; Ameristep Gunner Ground Blind 

Alternate Headline:  Tony Stewart, You’re My Hero!

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