LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) —
Nebraska landowners who want to create or protect habitat for wildlife
are invited to tour well-managed lands in the state.
chapters of Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever are hosting tours of 17
different locations in the state this spring and summer.
began Thursday with a cedar tree removal project near Linwood. The
final event is a rangeland management workshop on Aug. 16 in Holt
The tours are meant to show habitat management practices
in action and provide information on how landowners can take part in
More details about the free tours are available online at www.nebraskapf.com . Anyone interested in attending can register by calling Pam Grossart at 308-850-8395.
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