Legacies Newsletter Highlights
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Upgrading Their Impact
Gold Patron Members Owen and Mary Demo wanted to increase their impact on Pheasants Forever's wildlife conservation mission. So, in addition to upgrading their own membership, they upgraded their dog's membership as well. Making Hunter the first canine Gold Patron Member in our history.
Upland Birds and Upland Hunters Are Disappearing!
The future of upland wildlife habitat and America's hunting heritage is under serious threat. We're losing habitat, and we're losing hunters. We need your help before it's too late.
Our Goal: Double the Impact
You have consistently shared with us that one of the top reasons you support Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever is because you value our efforts to open upland habitat to public hunting. We are listening!
Connecting With Youth
In 2016, only 11.5 million people—5 percent of the U.S. population 16 years old and older—went hunting. And since the 1980s, participants in hunting have been declining.
10 Years of Youth Leadership
Happy 10th anniversary to our National Youth Leadership Council (NYLC), a group of chapter-nominated kids ages 13 to 18 who speak out on national issues regarding the outdoors.
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Spring Is Not the Time to Be Silent
Spring is the time of year when many of us will begin our annual thaw by chasing turkeys, getting a line wet, and conducting habitat work for the benefit of many wildlife species. It is also the time of year when state legislative sessions occur and laws are passed to the benefit or detriment of wildlife habitat.
21st Century Conservation Needs More Idealists
During Pheasants Forever's Rally for Conservation in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, world-renowned conservationist Shane Mahoney spoke about the founding fathers of American conservation and the one trait they all share: idealism. These founders faced adversity at every turn as they developed the principles of American conservation idealism. Now we must carry the torch by ushering in a new age of conservation idealism to the 21st century. How can you help?