PF in N.D.: Making Habitat Happen on Public Ground » RodStockdill

Rod Stockdill serves as the Sakakawea Pheasants Forever chapter’s habitat chair. His Brittany, "Ider" helps him enjoy the fruits of his volunteer labor.

Rod Stockdill serves as the Sakakawea Pheasants Forever chapter’s habitat chair. His Brittany, “Ider” helps him enjoy the fruits of his volunteer labor.

One of the numerous partner projects North Dakota's Sakakawea Pheasants Forever chapter has partnered on. Photos by Anthony Hauck / Pheasants Forever |

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