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Sportsmen Since 1967

Wednesday, July 17th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Pheasants Forever Reports

Michigan native Suzanne Anglewicz is the new Pheasants Forever manager of grassroots, state gov’t affairs

Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever have announced that Suzanne Anglewicz has been hired as the organization’s manager of government affairs (state affairs and grassroots).
In this newly created role, Anglewicz will focus on developing and executing state affairs and grassroots activities, including direct lobbying, coalition building, and advocacy communication across the upland range.

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Pheasants Forever acquisitions expand public lands base in Minnesota’s Kandiyohi, Big Stone counties

Pheasants Forever recently announced that two new land acquisitions will enhance upland habitat and public access throughout Minnesota’s primary pheasant range. Totaling 800 acres, the Lake Lillian Waterfowl Production Area addition and the Thielke Lake Wildlife Management Area addition are large, permanent-protection projects contributing to diverse habitat for pheasants, waterfowl, and other wildlife.

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Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever hires new Ohio regional representative

Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever named Austin Roby as the new regional representative for Ohio and West Virginia. With his leadership skills and conservation experience, Roby will work with local chapters to further the organization’s goal of improving public and private lands habitat for pheasants, quail, and other wildlife.

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New online tool shows scope of grassland losses, highlighting need to conserve America’s prairies

On April 11, a coalition of conservation organizations announced the launch of MapforGrasslands.Org to illustrate of the need for the North American Grasslands Conservation Act.
The first-of-its-kind website documents the loss of grasslands in North America, the subsequent impact on iconic wildlife species, and the need for grasslands-specific legislation – the North American Grasslands Conservation Act – to address upland habitat loss.

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Iowa’s Mark and Denise Nelson win Farmer of the Year Award from Pheasants Forever

Pheasants Forever announced on March 28 that Mark and Denise Nelson of Claremont, Iowa, earned the organization’s 2023-2024 Farmer of the Year Award. 
The annual award, which is sponsored by John Deere, recognizes the innovative use of precision ag technology and utilization of data to identify profitable solutions for agriculture and wildlife on working lands throughout America.

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Ohio’s Jim Inglis set to retire from Pheasants Forever

Whether in the halls of Washington D.C., various statehouses, or at gatherings of wildlife professionals throughout the country, the name and career of team member Jim Inglis has become synonymous with Pheasants Forever (PF) and Quail Forever’s (QF) work in conservation and advocacy.
After nearly 23 years of dedication to the organization, Inglis will now forge a new path for wildlife and hunting access as he retires from PF and QF.

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Pheasants Forever celebrates successes at Minnesota state convention

More than 200 Pheasants Forever chapter leaders gathered in Willmar, Minn., Jan. 19-20, to celebrate the past year’s successes and to look to the future of conservation in Minnesota.
Supporters gathered for two evening events and a full day of seminars at the Willmar Conference Center. Minnesota DNR Commissioner Sarah Strommen and Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever President and CEO Marilyn Vetter were keynote speakers.

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Signup reopens for Continuous Conservation Reserve Program

The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced last week that it would reopen enrollment for the Continuous Conservation Reserve Program. The program reopened Jan. 12. Additionally, producers already participating in CRP whose contracts expire this year may now apply to re-enroll.

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Pheasants Forever helps expand public access in southern Minnesota through new Build a Wildlife Area project

Pheasants Forever announced a new Build a Wildlife Area project in the organization’s home state of Minnesota. The Washington Lake Waterfowl Production Area now provides 77 acres of publicly accessible uplands, supporting a corridor of existing habitat projects in Sibley County.

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