Pheasants Forever Nebraska

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Grass Seed Program

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Nebraska Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever strive to make every acre count on the landscape.  The seedmix that you plant is one of the most important factors when improving habitat for pheasants, quail, and pollinators. Seed mixtures must be appropriate for soils, Nebraska ecoregion, habitat objective, and USDA program standards (if applicable).



Habitat Management

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High quality habitat management is a primary goal for Nebraska Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever. Click on the link below to learn about habitat management techniques.  We also offer technical assistance with management through the Farm Bill and Coordinating Wildlife Biologist programs.


Habitat Programs


Nebraska Pheasants Forever works with conservation partners around the state to provide a variety of habitat programs.  Each program is designed to benefit pheasants, quail, pollinators, and other wildlife. Check out our list of options and contact a Farm Bill and Coordinating Wildlife Biologist for more information.


Habitat Equipment

Green Grass Drill

Nebraska Pheasants Forever works in partnership with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission to offer no-till drills to private landowners to seed habitat mixtures.  These drills are provided through a grant from the Nebraska Environmental Trust.

Chapters may have other equipment available for rent.  Please click on a chapter near you to learn more about equipment rental and availability.

Contractor Resources


If you would like to sign up to receive habitat management project information regarding the Habitat Share program and other opportunities, please click on the link below.

Prescribed Fire


Prescribed fire is a critical component to habitat management in Nebraska. Pheasants Forever has resources available throughout the state that can help you learn more about conducting safe and effective prescribed fire.


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Pollinators are an important component to habitat management. Pollinators like native bees and monarch butterflies require similar habitat to pheasants and quail. Click on the link below to learn more about pollinators and what you can do to start your pollinator plot today!

Wildlife Biology