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 Lands for Wildlife: In Pursuit of the Shifting Mosaic
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 […]
WHY WE HUNT: Member Christian Fichtel, North Carolina
“To those devoid of imagination, a blank place on the map is a useless waste; to others, the most valuable part.” ~ Aldo Leopold I’ve always believed that hunting should […]
Okay, so it’s public . . . Now what?
By Brent A. Rudolph, Ph.D., RGS & AWS Director of Conservation Policy RGS and AWS are among the most passionate organizations defending the overall benefits of public lands, but we […]
GROUSE AND WOODCOCK HUNTING GATEWAYS
A focus on simple gateways to grouse hunting can recruit our next generation of hunters. By Matt Soberg, RGS/AWS Editor & Director of Communications We always hear about perceived barriers […]
WHY WE HUNT, Member Payton Gunby
I grouse hunt because it’s in my DNA. Surprisingly, it doesn’t have to be passed down through genetics. Take a stroll through the grouse woods and you might find it […]