Jackson Landers is a locavore hunter, author, teacher, guide, and local food and hunting activist. He lives in Virginia and teaches people how to hunt for food such as deer. He has also hunted invasive species including geese, feral pigs, starlings, iguanas, and nutria. He does work with the Slow Food movement and often travels to New York City to discuss how to prepare various game and invasive species, discussing such topics as how to break up a venison hind quarter. Many of the people who take his courses are people who have never lived outside of an urban environment or handled a gun. In his class for beginners on how to hunt deer for food he teaches ecology, ballistics, evolutionary history of deer, and anatomy. He has also written a book about hunting and preparing deer. He is currently writing a book on hunting and eating alien animal species. More information about what Jackson Landers does can be found on his blog called The Locavore Hunter at http://rule-303.blogspot.com/.