Quail Country, Quail Forever’s 2016-17 Print of the Year, will be available at Quail Forever chapter banquets to help raise funds for upland conservation efforts.
USDA supports raising the cap on Conservation Reserve Program acres from the current 24 million to 30 million.
The event has something for everyone and is a “can’t miss” event for hunters, dog lovers, foodies, farmers, and prairie lovers.
State meetings are a time for chapter volunteers and partners to connect, share knowledge, energize and celebrate upland habitat accomplishments.
The Award highlights habitat conservation at the grassroots level by recognizing local leaders who have dedicated their time to conducting habitat projects in their communities.
Inspiration can strike at any moment. Just ask renowned wildlife artist Rosemary Millette, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Survey indicates bobwhite populations are continuing to rebound in Nebraska following the severe winters of 2009-2010 and the severe drought of 2012-2013.
To grow habitat and pass on hunting traditions, we need hunters and others to step up to help start chapters in the following counties and cities that don’t have chapters.
Quail Forever was asked to our nation’s capital to discuss implementation of the 2014 Farm Bill’s conservation programs. Requests like this to testify in front of our nations’ elected leaders are a tribute to our chapter’s habitat work in partnership with private landowners.
Twenty states have SAFE practices tailored specifically or primarily to the creation of quail and pheasant habitat, and across those 20 states are 82 Quail Forever and Pheasants Forever Farm Bill wildlife biologists helping landowners enroll.
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