Healthy, wildlife-supportive forests are age-diverse, like a family with multiple generations of young and old.
Unique study finds downed logs used extensively for predator cover before green up
RGS & AWS submits written comments to Massachusetts’ ENRA
January 10, 2022 – The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) announced that the Shawnee State Forest in southeast Ohio will expand by 1,252 acres after a recent land acquisition. […]
Habitat for forest birds, brook trout, eastern hellbender and freshwater mussels to be restored with $1.7 million in new grants
Pennsylvania’s state bird, the ruffed grouse, and a wide range of other Species of Greatest Conservation Need will benefit from the partnership
Nate Kennedy, Northeast Regional Engagement Coordinator, recaps the Orvis Sandanona Game Fair 2021 and the people he met there.
Glen Blackwood, Director of Regional Development for the Eastern Great Lakes, provides a fall 2021 update for RGS & AWS in Michigan.
A field lunch recipe for enjoying grouse hot off the grill.
The Roger Moore RGS & AWS Chapter forged ahead with a key habitat project despite 2020 challenges and delays