WON Landing Page March 2022

First Annual Organization-Wide Hands-On Habitat Workday

On Friday, April 22nd, the world will celebrate Earth Day.  Here at Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever, we’re launching our first annual Hands-On Habitat Workday.

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If you ever wanted to get your hands dirty while helping with a local habitat project, here’s your chance. Local chapters and employees across the country are hosting workdays April 22-24 that feature critical upland habitat projects that will make a positive impact in their communities – and they need your help!

No experience is necessary, simply find a project near you, register for the event, and show up with a willingness to learn and have fun with other passionate upland conservationists, hunters, and bird dog lovers.

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Examples of Hands-on Habitat Projects:

  • Grass/nesting cover plantings
  • Pollinator plantings
  • Tree/brush/shelter belt plantings
  • Tree/brush removal
  • Invasive species removal
  • Stream cleanup / restoration
  • Trash clean-up
  • Public land sign installation or restoration
  • Fence or barbed wire removal

Volunteerism has always been at the core of our organization, now we’re asking you to answer the call. It’s time to join other Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever supporters, leaders, and employees as we give back to the landscapes that mean so much to all of us.

Find a Local Project, Share This Opportunity with Your Friends and Family, and Register to Help Today!

Find a Hands-On Habitat event near you here.

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About Pheasants Forever

In 1982, a group of pheasant hunters saw the connection between upland habitat loss and declining pheasant populations. An organization dedicated to wildlife habitat conservation was needed, and Pheasants Forever was formed. Pheasants Forever’s mission work quickly garnered it a reputation as “The Habitat Organization,” a tagline the nonprofit conservation group uses proudly to this day. 

Pheasants Forever’s mission is to conserve pheasants, quail, and other wildlife through habitat improvements, public access, education, and conservation advocacy.

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