Providing High-Quality Habitat may be our Best Option to Protect Ruffed Grouse by Ashley Peters Bird hunters in Minnesota provided scientists with hundreds of ruffed grouse samples throughout 2018 and […]
By Jeff Helsdon When Al Stewart was 12, he started woodcock hunting. Little did he imagine his passion would turn into a remarkable career. Al retired on April 1, 2021, […]
Jon Steigerwaldt | RGS & AWS Forest Conservation Director – Great Lakes/Upper Midwest In Support of Land Acquisition “Land, they haven’t found a way to make that out of plastic […]
Written by:Linda Haugen Plant Pathologist State and Private ForestryUS Forest Service – Eastern Region RGS & AWS is committed to developing and maintaining healthy forests, including involvement in the restoration […]
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 […]
RGS & AWS submits written comments to Massachusetts’ ENRA
Glen Blackwood, Director of Regional Development for the Eastern Great Lakes, provides a fall 2021 update for RGS & AWS in Michigan.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources recently announced that the Ruffed Grouse Society & American Woodcock Society was awarded a State Wildlife Habitat Grant in the amount of $56,800.
The onX Hunt partnership will directly contribute to the RGS & AWS mission, supporting healthy forests, abundant wildlife, and conservation ethic in 2021.