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 were added to the Wild Rose Management Area in Harris.
* 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.