Pheasants Forever is announcing its first ever Capital campaign.
The fall of 2020 had many pheasant hunters talking about “odd ball” pheasants shot this year in Alberta. Pictures appeared on social media sites with “all black” pheasants being shot across the province.
Hunter numbers continue to grow in Alberta. This trend is true in most jurisdictions in North America thanks in large part to restrictions related to social gathering and travelling thanks to the Covid19 pandemic.
Pheasants Forever Canada (PFC) has been active in advancing the conservation of ditches and right of ways with the Government of Alberta (GOA).
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The “Connectivity Project”
St. Mary River Irrigation District (SMRID) is embarking on an extensive project to improve water quality by enhancing the vegetative buffers surrounding their reservoirs and waterways in southern Alberta. Partnering with many conservation minded stakeholder groups;
Calgary Pheasants Forever paid its last installment of $50,000 for the purchase of the Chinook Property south of Irvine on Ross Creek.
Two Alberta Chapters of Pheasants Forever have pooled the money needed to help Alberta Conservation Association (ACA) secure 3 quarter sections of land in southeast Alberta. The Chinook Conservation Site is located southeast of Medicine Hat, Alberta along Ross Creek.
The power of partnerships may be an overused phrase these days, however, there may be no better example of what that power can result in than the recent purchase of the Chinook Conservation Site by Alberta Conservation Association (ACA) with its partners.
- PO BOX 5021
- Station ‘A’
- Calgary, AB
- T2H 1X1
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- Fax: 403.995.9920
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