The South Red Bird Wildlife Habitat Enhancement Project is the area of focus within the Daniel Boone National Forest (KY), where RGS & AWS will be targeting the work. More than 950 acres are slated for habitat improvements through this project over the next 3 years.
Working Forests Model
June has been a good month in Michigan for RGS & AWS membership and chapters. Read more!
RGS &AWS will lead implementation of a forest wildlife habitat project in Ottawa National Forest in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan
I’m a person whose life continues to be shaped by forests. When I was young, my family lived in the six-million-acre Adirondack Park, next door to the hardscrabble farm where […]
Ben Larson highlights how new forest-product partnerships will help scale up habitat improvement and implement our model of working forests
Todd Waldron and Nate Kennedy highlight the great work happening in the Northeast Region
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
Checking in on Southern Appalachia’s Grouse Habitat Projects Steeped in history and rich with grouse hunting culture, the Southern Appalachian Mountains have long been associated with ruffed grouse habitat. Landowners […]