About Us

History of Pheasants Forever:    Founded here in Minnesota late in 1982, the mission of Pheasants Forever (PF) focuses on protection and enhancement of pheasant and other wildlife habitat through habitat improvement, management, education and legislation. Simply put, Pheasants Forever is “The Habitat Organization.”  Since its first project in 1984, the state’s 68 chapters and nearly 20,000 members have completed thousands of habitat projects affecting more than 242,000 acres of wildlife habitat in the state. Chapters have also spent more than $10 million on youth and education programs aimed to encourage hunting and conservation and also provided time and funding to promote the Conservation Reserve Program in Washington. In total, Minnesota PF chapters have spent more than $77 million on habitat and conservation education in the state.

 

 

5 Gun Raffle Tickets

 

Each year the chapter has a 5 gun raffle that begins in April with the drawing at the banquet in Feb.
The chapter will be selling them at Almelund Threshing Festival, the Fall Clay Shoot at FLSC, North Branch Fall Festival, the Youth Hunt and other events.   You can also purchase them anytime from a committee member.

 

 

The drawings were held at Lent Town Hall on February 26, 2022.

 

The guns and winners for the 2021 5 Gun Raffle are;

     Benelli Montefeltro 12 gauge - Tony P. 

     Weatherby Element 12 gauge - Matt T. bought at Fish Lake Bait 

     Franchi Instint O/U .410 - Corey F. bought at the Almelund Threshing Festival

     Browning X-Bolt Hells Canyon .308  - Ron W. bought at the Fall Clay Shoot at FLSC

     Browning Silver 12 gauge. - Warren K. bought at the Almelund Threshing Festival

 

The Special Gun Raffle for the Browning Citori 16 gauge was won by Mike P. 

 

All winners have been notified. 

  

Contact Us Today!

Chisago County Pheasant Forever
PO Box 23
Stacy, MN 55079

 

E-mail: chisagocountypf@gmail.com

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