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Cody Ringnecks PF

Lincoln County
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*25th Annual Banquet*
October 15, 2016

Creek Side Event Center
5801 East Long School Rd
North Platte, NE 69101

For tickets and more information contact….
Drew Larsen at 308-293-1194
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*Turkey YMH 2016*
April 9, 2016

North Platte, NE

For more information contact…
Chad Christiansen at (308) 530-2377
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Cody Ringnecks PF Habitat Flyer – Application 2013

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Drill Contact Information

Great Plains 10′ no-till grass drill 

Fairbanks International
Ted Hoatson
1900 Rodeo Road – North Platte, NE 69101
308-532-6571

Year Purchased: 2008

Rental Rate: $9 per acre for Pheasants Forever members, $20 per acre for non-members

This drill was funded with the support from the Cody Ringnecks PF Chapter,
Nebraska Environmental Trust and Nebraska Game & Parks Commission

NET - NGPC - PF
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Youth Activities

Cody Ringnecks PF 5.7.14
On May 7th the Cody Ringnecks PF Chapter was asked to conduct a pollinator habitat program as part of University of Nebraska Extension’s Annual Ag Day.  Over 100 High School students from North Platte High School attended the event where they learned about decreasing pollinator populations and the importance pollinators play in U.S. agriculture.  In addition, the students helped plant a 1/2 acre pollinator project on Extension property.  Once the site is established, the students will monitor the site to see if it is helping attract pollinators.

This project was made possible by the following partners:  Nebraska Environmental Trust, SportDog, University of Nebraska Extension, and Cody Ringnecks Pheasants Forever.

 

Cody Ringnecks PF 5.3.14The Cody Ringnecks Pheasants Forever (PF) chapter hosted the local Boy Scout Troop to help plant a ½ acre pollinator habitat project at the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission Hatchery on May 3rd. During the event, participants learned the importance of pollinating insects on the global food supply, made native bee nesting houses, and learned about the role pollinating insects play in the food chain for pheasant and quail chicks. After the project is established, participants will be invited back to assist the University of Nebraska in collecting data on the site to measure the success of the project.

Special thanks go to the Nebraska Environmental Trust, SportDog Inc., Nebraska Game & Parks Commission, University of Nebraska, Boy Scouts of America, and Cody Ringnecks Pheasants Forever for making this event possible!

This project is part of the organization’s National Youth Pollinator Habitat Program which supports local chapters across the country in educating and engaging youth and community groups on establishing critical pollinator habitat. To learn more about this program, contact Drew Larsen at dlarsen@pheasantsforever.org
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2014 Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever
Habitat Results

Habitat Results by Chapter – pdf

Nebraska Historical Habitat Results by Year – pdf

Historical Youth Mentor Hunt Results by Chapter – pdf

YMH Historical Report – pdf