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Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever Receive Grants from Nebraska Environmental Trust
Through our Habitat Share Partnership, Pheasants Forever has impacted over 24,000 acres on state Wildlife Management Areas by contracting services such as disking and interseeding, brush removal, and food plot establishment.Nelson, NE – July 1st, 2018 – Pheasants Forever announces that it will receive $676,600 from the Nebraska Environmental Trust
Pheasants Forever Receives NET Grant to Help Establish Habitat in Dodge County
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.Nelson, NE – June 29, 2018 – Pheasants Forever announces that it will receive $30,000 from the Nebraska E
September Habitat Calendar
Good news, hunting season is upon us once again. September 1st marks opening day for dove and grouse hunting. On Saturday, the whistling wings of early teal offer another hunting opportunity for waterfowlers. Luckily, the Huskers are scheduled to kickoff their season with an evening game. Many chapter volunteers are busy planning their annual banqu
August Habitat Calendar
August is a time of preparation, whether that's thinking about getting back to school, back in the field, or back in shape for hunting season. For some people it could mean getting back to traditions. With busy schedules and life changes, it's not uncommon for hunters to experience a lapse in participation. While there are diehards among us, the av
July Habitat Calendar
Why did the pheasant cross the road? According to an Oregon study, food and cover influence pheasant movements. Areas with good roadside cover opposite grain fields had the highest number of road kills. Mortality peaked after wheat and oat harvest, as waste grains attracted pheasants. Be on the lookout for pheasants and broods during the summer har
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Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever Receive Grants from Nebraska Environmental Trust

Nelson, NE – July 1st, 2018 – Pheasants Forever announces that it will receive $676,600 from the Nebraska Environmental Trust for the following programs; Corners for Wildlife (CFW), Grassland Improvement Program (GIP), Habitat Share, and the Mobile Prescribed Burn Unit & Education Outreach project. The Trust Board announced funding for the program at its spring meeting in Lincoln. These programs ...
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Pheasants Forever Receives NET Grant to Help Establish Habitat in Dodge County

Nelson, NE – June 29, 2018 – Pheasants Forever announces that it will receive $30,000 from the Nebraska Environmental Trust for a No-till Grass Drill in Dodge County. The Trust Board announced funding for the drill at its meeting this spring in Lincoln. The project is one of the 105 projects receiving $18,301,819 in grant awards from the Nebraska Environmental ...
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September Habitat Calendar

Good news, hunting season is upon us once again. September 1st marks opening day for dove and grouse hunting. On Saturday, the whistling wings of early teal offer another hunting opportunity for waterfowlers. Luckily, the Huskers are scheduled to kickoff their season with an evening game. Many chapter volunteers are busy planning their annual banquets and youth mentor hunts. Also, ...
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August Habitat Calendar

August is a time of preparation, whether that's thinking about getting back to school, back in the field, or back in shape for hunting season. For some people it could mean getting back to traditions. With busy schedules and life changes, it's not uncommon for hunters to experience a lapse in participation. While there are diehards among us, the average ...
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July Habitat Calendar

Why did the pheasant cross the road? According to an Oregon study, food and cover influence pheasant movements. Areas with good roadside cover opposite grain fields had the highest number of road kills. Mortality peaked after wheat and oat harvest, as waste grains attracted pheasants. Be on the lookout for pheasants and broods during the summer harvest season. Mail carriers ...
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Gun-A-Week • Week 34 • June 26, 2017

Gun-A-Week • Week 34 • June 26, 2017 Benelli Nova Synthetic Max 5 Camo, 12 gauage Retail Value: $559 Winner #1: Steve Wisniewski, Lincoln, NE Chapter Selling Ticket: Seward County PF Winner #2: Benny Couington, North Platte, NE Chapter Selling Ticket: Cody Ringnecks PF To obtain your prize, please contact the GI Loan Shop in Grand Island at 308-382-9573, 1004 West 2nd ...
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Gun-A-Week • Week 33 • June 19, 2017

Gun-A-Week • Week 33 • June 19, 2017 CZ 712 G2, 12 gauge Retail Value: $499 Winner #1: Shawn McKimmey, Ashby, NE Chapter Selling Ticket: Heritage PF  Winner #2: Thad Frey, Ainsworth, NE Chapter Selling Ticket: Sandhills PF To obtain your prize, please contact the GI Loan Shop in Grand Island at 308-382-9573, 1004 West 2nd Street. Tell them you won ...
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