Habitat and Habitat Management

Pheasants Forever – Making a Difference for Wildlife in Chisago County 

 

One Project – One Acre at a Time

 

*  267.5 Acres of Chisago County were put into food plots to help the pheasants through this year’s difficult winter.

The chapter along with many other agencies, protected 100 acres in Chisago County.  These acres will be added to the Wild Rose Management Area soon.

*  The chapter was one of the first to designate a Grassroots Conservation Campaign coordinator.   See Gary Moe for details on how you can be a part of this "Legacy Forever" giving program.

*   This year, the chapter helped fund a prescribed burn on Wild Rose WMA and Janet Johnson WMA.  Prescribed burns help rejuvenate the habitat and improve nesting cover for the following years.

Need seed?   Have a habitat need?  

 

Contact our habitat chair, Bruce Gockowski at (651) 491-5163.

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