News & Events
Pheasants Forever Dakota talks about helping women hunters find the confidence to be out in the field and handling firearms.
Posted 11/28/18 (Wed) read more »
Gabe and Paul Brown talk about their approach to transitioning land management to a new generation and their holistic practices...
Posted 11/16/18 (Fri) read more »
Cayla Bendel from Pheasants Forever Dakota has traveled the state hosting/partnering with area producers and organizations to bring a women-based conversation about ag and conservation impacts in their communities, click through to read the newsletter that summarizes the success!
Posted 11/13/18 (Tue) read more »
Read the latest from our southern neighbors in the South Dakota and Nebraska Grazing Lands Coalition October 2018 publication.
Posted 11/05/18 (Mon) read more »
Pheasants Forever Dakota announces the Precision Ag contact for the Precision Ag program, based out of Dickinson, for southwestern ND. Already having seen a fair share of success in the southeast area of the state, they're addressing the need west river...
Posted 10/31/18 (Wed) read more »
Many of the SCDs around North Dakota have been busy with Eco-Ed programs, awarding area farmers/ranchers for their achievements, offering educational and networking programs, plus tree order forms. Read through what's happening in your neck of the woods...
Posted 10/30/18 (Tue) read more »
Pheasants Forever Dakota is hosting another networking and learning opportunity for women engaged in farming in ranching. It will be held at the Bismarck Veteran's Memorial Library on Wednesday, December 12th. Click for the flyer and more details...
Posted 10/24/18 (Wed) read more »
In their November 2018 issue, Jim Brandenburg writes about the alarming rate of the shrinking prairie/wetlands in the prairie pothole region of North Dakota and what's being done to help balance ag with conservation efforts.
Posted 10/05/18 (Fri) read more »
Farmers and ranchers are learning more about making their acres more productive through the Precision Ag program. Read about those experiences in an article in the Dakota Farmer...
Posted 10/01/18 (Mon) read more »