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October 5, 2018

National Wildlife magazine draws attention to the disappearing prairie...

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.

October 1, 2018

Pheasants Forever and Precision Ag

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...

September 24, 2018

Miller's demonstrate soil health importance...

Ken & Bonnie Miller were selected as the 2017 Leopold Award winners for their management and preservation of grasslands. Read more about the recent tour of their ranch...

August 14, 2018

Women in Ag learning event

Recent article in AgWeek updates us on what the Pheasants Forever Women Caring for the Land class learned about in their gathering by Hatton, ND. Click through to read the full article...

August 9, 2018

Helping the pollinators...

Proof that you don't need a lot to bring pollinator species to your yard. This colorful friend was found on a single milkweed plant growing in a large pot.

August 6, 2018

ND Game & Fish's Doug Howie honored

Doug Howie, Assistant Private Land Coordinator for the ND Game & Fish was honored with an announcement made on July 16th at the WAFWA meeting in Eugene, OR.

July 18, 2018

Keep your eyes open for "pocket prairies"...

United Prairies Foundation has been hard at work planting pocket prairies to support pollinators and native species. Click to see a couple of incredible photos of their success!

July 3, 2018

Shelley Larson selected as Woman of the Year

We'd like to give a big congratulations to Shelley Larson for receiving the Woman of the Year award at the Business and Professional Women Association's meeting last week.

May 24, 2018

Pheasants Forever tries a new concept...

Check out what Pheasants Forever is doing to bring new faces to the conservation conversation in ND...

March 29, 2018

ND Jr Duck Stamp Competition

Nearly 1200 entries came to Devils Lake from across the state to compete in the 25th Annual Jr Duck Stamp. ND is second only to CA for the number of submissions and the entries are incredible! NDNRT's Kathy Kirschman was one of five judges that had the privilege and challenge of paring the wonderful works down to the one the will represent ND in the national competition when it's held for the first time at the Heritage Center in Bismarck next month!

Conserve North Dakota and you benefit, too.