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Headwaters PF Chapter 563 - Habitat Page

Headwaters PF Chapter 563 - Habitat Page

Over 500 trees planted at Canyon Ferry WMA work day.

Over 20 volunteers from the Headwaters and Gallatin Valley Chapters showed up in May 2018 and planted over 500 trees at the Canyon Ferry WMA. The weather was perfect and everyone worked hard and we were finished by early afternoon. This was a continuation of the shelter belt planting around center pivots that we initiated several years ago on the east side of the WMA. It was a good day that we finished off with lunch as we caught up with old friends and made new friends. Special thanks for Montana FWP staff Fred Jakabowski and Adam Grove for coordinating things and coming out on a Saturday and working with us.

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Local Chapter Habitat Projects

Local Chapter Habitat Projects

Canyon Ferry Project - Canyon Ferry information coming soon. To Chapter members help Fish and Wildlife employees set up a wheel-line irrigation system to help establish new habitat cover on the old Meyers property.

Teton River Purchase a success

Teton River Purchase a success

At the May 31, 2017 meeting of Chapter officers we heard a presentation by Montana Regional Representative Dan Bailey on an exciting major land acquisition project along the Teton River that entails several parcels and multiple landowners. This project will provide great hunter access close enough for a days hunt from Helena. We voted to provide $12,500 towards the acquisition near Dutton, MT in Teton County with the understanding that more funds may be needed in future years if PF is going to complete the entire project. This is part of a statewide effort with multiple chapters and Pheasants Forever National contributing to the project. More details will be announced in the future as this will be an ongoing process with multiple acquisitions.

Local Chapter Habitat Projects

Local Chapter Habitat Projects

Freezout Lake WMAs - The Headwaters Chapter partners with Fish Wildlife and Parks in planting nesting cover as well as creating brood strips to enhance nesting and attempt to increase chick survival at Freezeout Lake WMA. We also contributed financial assistance to other chapters to acquire lands open to public hunting in the Denton and Miles City area.

100% Locally-Raised and Spent Dollars

100% Locally-Raised and Spent Dollars
Pheasants Forever's members are truly passionate about conservation and creating, preserving and restoring habitat that benefits pheasants, quail and other wildlife. That's why Pheasants Forever provides the most efficient conservation model of any organization. PF's unique model empowers local chapters with the responsibility to determine how 100 percent of their locally-raised conservation funds will be spent. Whether it's through improving habitat, informing the public about land management or educating future generations of hunting enthusiasts, conservation is the underlying principle in all we do at the grassroots level of our chapters all the way to Washington, D.C. when we fight for strong conservation policy.

Wolf Creek State Lease

Wolf Creek State Lease