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Help Create 2 Million Acres of Habitat with an Email

An email from you can help give sharp-tailed grouse 2 million acres of critical habitat. PHOTO BY JOHN POLLMANN


In this season of giving, please consider helping all the critters that depend upon healthy grassland and wetland complexes throughout the Dakotas and Montana.  A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposal is poised to give a huge habitat boost with a little help from you. 

The proposed Dakota Grassland Conservation Area (DGCA) has targeted more than 240,000 acres of wetlands and 1.7 million acres of grasslands for conservation.  The goal is to promote profitable farming and ranching in harmony with wildlife conservation, but it won’t happen without your help.  Please send a brief note in full support of the DGCA to dgca_comments@fws.gov  

Your emailed support before December 31, 2010 will help future generations of hunters enjoy the thrill of flushing roosters and prairie grouse, support critical habitats for waterfowl production and the dozens of other grassland and wetland dependant birds, and help stewardship-minded landowners. 

Thanks for your support!  

The D.C. Minute is written by Dave Nomsen, Pheasants Forever’s Vice President of Government Relations.

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4 Responses to “Help Create 2 Million Acres of Habitat with an Email”

  1. albert jaspersen says:

    Please support DGCA

  2. Charles Piotrowski says:

    I support this effort and hope you will also!!!


  3. Jim Richardson says:

    I support wildlife habitat restoration!

  4. Valerie says:

    Just takes a few minutes folk! Get those emails and letters sent while you’re having that second cup of morning coffee. Explore any of the backcountry in our western states and you will understand why our wild critters need some guarenteed space for their future.


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