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Problem Trees & Shrubs: Four Methods of Winter Treatment
Problem Trees & Shrubs: Four Methods of Winter Treatment
In prairie ecosystems, upland birds and other wildlife thrive in a diversity of grasses, forbs, and wildflowers for survival and reproduction. Historically, these mesic habitats maintained themselves of woody encroachment through frequent fires and large herding browsers. While fires planned and unplanned still occur, the introduction of invasive t
Beginnings Don’t Have to Be Scary
Beginnings Don’t Have to Be Scary
There are very few things more thrilling to watch than a good bird dog working a wild rooster pheasant on opening weekend of bird season. Hunters from across the country have gathered to enjoy this tradition for years. Have you thought about becoming an upland pheasant or quail hunter but didn’t know where to start? All of us bird hunters often sta
Milkweed in the Classroom
Milkweed in the Classroom
Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever’s Milkweed in the Classroom Program (MIC) is a turn-key habitat education program for the classroom. Program support includes all the materials to the teachers to grow native plants in the classroom (seed, soil, planting containers, grow light), on-line training on how to grow native plants in the classroom, and
Productive soils, good rainfall, the potential for irrigation, high land prices, and high rental rates are only a few of the reasons that it is often difficult for wildlife professionals to work on privately owned land within row crop dominated landscapes. With that being said, there are many producers throughout Nebraska that enjoy wildlife, but f
2GAW 19 Past Winners
2GAW 19 Past Winners
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Problem Trees & Shrubs: Four Methods of Winter Treatment

In prairie ecosystems, upland birds and other wildlife thrive in a diversity of grasses, forbs, and wildflowers for survival and reproduction. Historically, these mesic habitats maintained themselves of woody encroachment through frequent fires and large herding browsers. While fires planned and unplanned still occur, the introduction of invasive trees to originally treeless regions of North America have led to a ...
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Beginnings Don’t Have to Be Scary

There are very few things more thrilling to watch than a good bird dog working a wild rooster pheasant on opening weekend of bird season. Hunters from across the country have gathered to enjoy this tradition for years. Have you thought about becoming an upland pheasant or quail hunter but didn’t know where to start? All of us bird hunters ...
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Milkweed in the Classroom

Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever’s Milkweed in the Classroom Program (MIC) is a turn-key habitat education program for the classroom. Program support includes all the materials to the teachers to grow native plants in the classroom (seed, soil, planting containers, grow light), on-line training on how to grow native plants in the classroom, and curriculum that meets all national science ...
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Productive soils, good rainfall, the potential for irrigation, high land prices, and high rental rates are only a few of the reasons that it is often difficult for wildlife professionals to work on privately owned land within row crop dominated landscapes. With that being said, there are many producers throughout Nebraska that enjoy wildlife, but find it hard to implement management ...
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2GAW 19 Past Winners

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Looking Back on the 2021 Loup TREX

The Loup TREX took place this year from March 21 through April 3. Almost forty professional wildland firefighters from around the country descended upon central Nebraska to work on their fire line qualifications through participating in live-fire training experiences. While training, these fire practitioners were also delivering much-needed fire to grassland ecosystems. Fire does not destroy habitat, in fact, it ...
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