“Achieving conservation work from capitol hill to a bird cover near you with Brent Rudolph of the Ruffed Grouse Society and American Woodcock Society.“
RGS & AWS Director of Conservation Policy was recently featured on an episode of the Project Upland Podcast.[Read more…] about Brent Rudolph Featured on the Project Upland Podcast – RGS
RGS & AWS Southeast Regional Director was recently featured on an episode of the Three River Land Trust podcast.
To Listen | Campfire Conversation with Mike Neiduski
Show Notes from Three Rivers Land Trust:
We’ve got a very special guest today: Mack the puppy! Along with her, we’ve got Mike Neiduski – Southeast Regional Director for Ruffed Grouse Society and American Woodcock Society.[Read more…] about Regional Director Mike Neiduski featured on Three Rivers Land Trust Campfire Conversations
Forest Conservation Director, Jon Steigerwaldt recently joined host Dan Small on Outdoors Radio to discuss paper mill closures in Wisconsin.
Topics covered include economic and supply chain impacts to the forests products industry. as well as downstream impacts to wildlife habitat within the mill regions.
The RGS & AWS segment begins at the 39 minute mark and be listened to here:
This month, the creators of the Gun Dog It Yourself (GDIY) podcast have chosen RGS & AWS as the featured organization for their GDIY Spotlight. At the end of May, ten percent of all Patreon proceeds provided to GDIY will go back to RGS & AWS.
To announce the spotlight and discuss RGS & AWS news and organizational updates, RGS & AWS President and CEO Ben Jones joined hosts Nick Adair and Adam Williams on the latest episode of the GDIY Podcast.[Read more…] about RGS & AWS Featured on Gun Dog It Yourself Podcast
RGS & AWS President and CEO Ben Jones, joins the Dear Hunter Podcast to discuss the future of ruffed grouse.
About the episode:
“In this episode of the Dear Hunter Podcast, we’re joined by the President and CEO of the Ruffed Grouse Society, Dr. Ben Jones. We discuss the fragile future of the Ruffed Grouse, and what steps we can take to conserve the species and help improve its habitat. Ben also shares with us details about the Ruffed Grouse Society’s new Model of Working Forests, and how he envisions this new, big picture approach to conservation and habitat management will impact sustainable forest use, conservation, and habitat management.”
Answering more of your questions related to this week’s announcements of organizational re-structure and our model of working forests conservation.
RGS & AWS President and CEO Ben Jones is joined by RGS & AWS Vice President of Mission Sustainability Sean Curran to discuss recent news related to organizational staffing and conservation delivery programs.
The team at RGS & AWS is committed to answering your questions and providing our membership the most up to date information on the organization and the status of our mission.
RGS & AWS President and CEO Ben Jones recently joined Scott Linden, host of the Upland Nation Podcast to discuss recent news of an organizational re-structure and changes to the conservation delivery program.[Read more…] about Upland Nation Podcast with Scott Linden features a conversation about RGS & AWS
Ben Jones joins Ron Boehme of The Hunting Dog Podcast to discuss a new model for forest conservation.
In a recently released episode of The Hunting Dog Podcast, RGS & AWS President and CEO joins host Ron Boehme to discuss recent news regarding an organizational restructure and a new model for forest conservation.
The Project Upland Podcast recently featured Ben Jones, Brent Rudolph and RGS/AWS member, Forrest Gibeault.
On a recent episode of the Project Upland Podcast the guest list was decidedly RGS/AWS-centric. Featured guests included RGS/AWS President and CEO, Ben Jones, Director of Conservation Policy, Brent Rudolph and RGS/AWS Member Forrest Gibeault of Steigerwaldt Land Services, Inc.
Topics of conversation included healthy forest make-up and distribution along with the driving forces and dynamics of timber markets and wildlife habitat creation.
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