With Guest Speaker Nathan L. Andersohn
Nathan L. Andersohn was raised in southern Michigan, and was heavily influenced by the exploits of his in-state hero Fred Bear. He traveled west with his Bear take down recurve to attend the University of Denver. There he obtained a Bachelor's of Science in Accounting and Doctor of Jurisprudence.
Along the way he climbed 14,000 peaks, skied extreme terrain and kept shooting his bow. He switched to a longbow in 1987. His travels took him on adventures throughout the western states, Canada and Alaska.
He became the first and only person to obtain the grand slam of sheep with a longbow. In August 2017, he took a grizzly bear in Alaska which was his 29th species of North American Big Game, with a longbow and hand-crafted arrows.
In addition, he has had numerous international hunting adventures in Australia, Africa, New Zealand, and Spain. His travels for the past 30 years are well documented in articles published in Traditional Bowhunter Magazine and Bowhunter Magazine.