Register today for this Working Lands for Wildlife virtual event. Details: Successfully managing oak forests is no easy task. It requires knowledge, forethought, and patience. In this webinar, we will take the “Long View” by looking at how human history has influenced the oak forests in the U.S. This historical grounding will allow us to look forward and consider how our actions today can ensure we restore and sustain oak forests into the future.
by Mark Herwig Originally printed in Covers magazine – Spring 2019 A few years ago, a buddy and I made an interesting “discovery of the grouse kind” while hunting a […]
While the perils and challenges faced by ruffed grouse and American woodcock may be familiar to our conservation-minded members, the continental and even global significance of these issues may not […]
Deadline set for Monday, March 8 to Ensure Improved Aspen Management on the Manistee National Forest
One consideration for how we will need to address diminishing habitat is to understand land ownership patterns across the Northeast.
A primer for those curious about ecological issues impacting the Northeastern Region of the U.S.
The need for increased timber management on the George Washington and Thomas Jefferson National Forests is at an all-time high.
Join RGS & AWS for this forestry-focused virtual event on February 25 , 2021 from 10:30 am – 1:30 pm. Register today for a unique opportunity to explore and discuss […]
The Ruffed Grouse Society & American Woodcock Society led a coalition of conservation groups that today filed an amicus brief in the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana, related to the Houston South Vegetation Management and Restoration Project (Houston South Project) within Hoosier National Forest.
The history, significance and future of ruffed grouse in the Catskills. A sense of loss is wedded to hunting. When we’re in the woods, we fight the inevitable passing of […]