Event location: Clinton Lakes County Park, 4665 N Dewitt Road, St. Johns, Michigan 48879
When: June 1, 2019, 10am – 4pm
Each year, members of the Michigan Pheasant Restoration Initiative including Michigan United Conservation Clubs, Department of Natural Resources, Michigan Association of Conservation Districts, Farm Bill Biologists and Pheasants Forever come together to host a Pheasant Rendezvous.
This event is the most all-inclusive look into private land grassland habitat projects, programs, professionals and statewide goals that is available. Any grassland habitat enthusiast (with 5 acres or greater) is welcome but the event will be capped at 50 participants.
Your understanding, participation and action is key to the success of grassland habitat in Michigan. Our natural waterways, upland birds, songbirds and pollinators depend on a healthy grassland landscape. You can contribute to this cause and this event will show you how through personal conversations with some of the state’s top natural resource professionals and an in-field tour.
Topics covered throughout the day including updates from Pheasant Cooperatives, the Michigan Pheasant Restoration Initiative and pheasant habitat, the significance of property mapping, an in-depth field tour and the Michigan Pheasant Hunting Initiative.
Private landowners are the key tools to success with implementing and managing grasslands for conservation purposes, wildlife specifically.
If you are interested in attending, please click HERE.
Please direct any questions to Morgan Warda, Wildlife Cooperatives Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 517-346-6454.