Hal Herring is a contributing writer for Field & Stream. He is a writer and outdoorsman, father, and forestry contractor. He published his first feature story in Field & Stream in 1999 and has been publishing steadily and prolifically ever since, for everybody from the Atlantic to state wildlife magazines. He has received awards and prizes from various conservation groups and writer’s associations for his work. Herring has also written a book on historical firearms, and is currently writing a book on the American public lands.
- Covers conservation and environment, public lands and policy, firearms, hunting, mountaineering
- Certified concealed-carry permit holder in state of Montana