Printed in Covers Summer 2020 Many of us at the Ruffed Grouse Society & American Woodcock Society often speak about the opportunities that diverse partnerships hold, knowing that many of […]
Errol Town Forest and Milan Community Forest Printed in Covers Spring 2020 We derive great benefit from public land as a venue – for many of us, the only venue […]
by Jon Steigerwaldt | RGS & AWS Regional Biologist Published in Covers Winter 2020 Nestled into the bedrock of the Grand Rapids, Minnesota, community for almost 120 years is a […]
The Roger Moore RGS & AWS Chapter forged ahead with a key habitat project despite 2020 challenges and delays
We must take immediate action on National Forests in the Southern Appalachians to prevent the extirpation of ruffed grouse and other at-risk wildlife species.
The Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Program in Wisconsin needs to be renewed and fully funded Wisconsin’s Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Program provides valuable funding to conserve wildlife habitat and natural areas, expand opportunities for […]
We need to take bold action for Species of Greatest Conservation Need By: Todd Waldron, Northeast Forest Conservation Director Have you ever heard the term “Species of Greatest Conservation Need” […]
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 […]