Teaming Up With Scouts For Wildlife Forever

Teaming Up With Scouts For Wildlife Forever

Posted Monday July 24, 2017 by wf_admin

Wildlife Forever, the Middle Tennessee Council of the Boy Scouts of America, and national recording artist Louise Mandrell joined forces to improve wildlife areas in central Tennessee. Support from Wildlife Forever...

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Deer Creek Restoration

Posted Monday July 24, 2017 by wf_admin

Your support was used to restore a 2-mile corridor along Deer Creek in eastern South Dakota. Working with the Wildlife Conservation Club of South Dakota State University, this wildlife Forever...

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Private Stewardship Provides Protection For 900 Acres

Posted Monday July 24, 2017 by wf_admin

More than 900 acres in South Dakota’s Black Hills region recently became public property. The land was saved from potential resort development and now becomes key wildlife habitat and a...

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Multi-Purpose Conservation Benefits Many

Posted Monday July 24, 2017 by wf_admin

Just as most of Wildlife Forever’s projects are designed for many different types of wildlife, some projects also benefit various groups of people at the same time. A riparian restoration...

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Fishing Returns to Slade’s Lake

Posted Monday July 24, 2017 by wf_admin

Residents of Edgefield, South Carolina didn’t know what Brazilian Elodea was or where it came from. All they knew for sure was the water plant had choked their popular Slade’s...

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School Children and Quail Benefit From Unique Project

Posted Monday July 24, 2017 by wf_admin

School children in Edgefield, South Carolina and the surrounding area are able to travel improved trails on U.S. Forest Service lands and learn about quail habitat restoration thanks to a...

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New Wood Duck Boxes and Ducklings For South Carolina

Posted Monday July 24, 2017 by wf_admin

Wildlife Forever teamed up with a conservation-minded citizen to support a project to build and install 500 wood ducks boxes in South Carolina. Arnold B. Chace, Jr. matched a Wildlife...

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Hatchery Improvements Benefit Fish and Anglers

Posted Monday July 24, 2017 by wf_admin

The Lafayette State Trout Hatchery in North Kingstown, Rhode Island, active since the 1930s, had begun to receive much-needed improvements, including new raceways and new lighting, but needed a new...

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March Restoration Brings Back Black Duck

Posted Monday July 24, 2017 by wf_admin

In only a short time since its restoration, the Galilee Salt Marsh has seen the return of a number of species, including the black duck and the clapper rail –...

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200 More Acres of Pheasant Habitat

Posted Monday July 24, 2017 by wf_admin

More than 200 acres of ring-necked pheasant habitat were restored thanks in part to your support. In a cooperative agreement with the Pennsylvania Game Commission and private landowners that provide...

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