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CONSERVATION POLICY & PROGRAMS

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Working towards a 27-million-acre program cap in fiscal year 2023.

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Pheasant and quail research helping determine “where birds live on farms” and improving agricultural policy.

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Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever’s president and CEO, Howard Vincent, will be joined by the chief executives of some of the nation’s leading conservation organizations at the 2022 National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic to discuss a path forward for the North American Grasslands Conservation Act.

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Anti-public lands legislation introduced yesterday in the Iowa Legislature threatens increased opportunities for outdoor recreation AND the rights of private landowners.

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Press conference launches USDA’s $1 billion Climate-Smart Grant Program for Agriculture.

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Landowners encouraged to submit applications citing higher payment rates and other incentives.

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The climate policy discussion is an opportunity for Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever to advance our upland habitat mission

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How grassland wildlife habitat is part of the climate challenge solution.

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Chris Horton and Kent Keene explain how the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation is working to advance habitat, hunting, and angling legislation across the country. 

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Nearly 50,000 emails delivered to Congress in support of a North American Grasslands Conservation Act.

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Reversing CRP trend and filling acreage cap remain priorities of The Habitat Organization.

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Emergency haying and grazing on conservation lands is of vital importance to producers in drought times.

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The climate policy discussion is an opportunity for Pheasants Forever to advance our upland habitat mission.


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Working towards a 27-million-acre program cap in fiscal year 2023.

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Pheasant and quail research helping determine “where birds live on farms” and improving agricultural policy.

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Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever’s president and CEO, Howard Vincent, will be joined by the chief executives of some of the nation’s leading conservation organizations at the 2022 National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic to discuss a path forward for the North American Grasslands Conservation Act.

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Anti-public lands legislation introduced yesterday in the Iowa Legislature threatens increased opportunities for outdoor recreation AND the rights of private landowners.




2021 End of Year Update



May 2021 Update



February 2021 Update