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Fergus Falls, MN First Prairie City USA

Contact: Dane Huinker: DHuinker@WildlifeForever.org, October 6, 2022 White Bear Lake, MN – Wildlife Forever is proud to certify Fergus Falls, MN as the first Prairie City USA community in the country. Friday, September 30th, marked the occasion with a dedication ceremony at … Continue reading

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Majority of Americans Support RAWA

  September 15, 2022 by Responsive Management A new survey conducted by Responsive Management finds that 70 percent of Americans support the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, pending federal legislation that would allocate an additional $1.4 billion in annual funding to … Continue reading

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Steve Williams Announces Retirement From WMI

August 15, 2022 After 18 years as the President of the Wildlife Management Institute, Steve Williams is announcing that he has decided to retire from the organization on March 31, 2023. The WMI Board of Directors will be searching for … Continue reading

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Howard Vincent Announces 2023 Retirement

National Board of Directors has hired Cohen Taylor to lead Executive Search St. Paul, Minn. – March 31, 2022 – Howard Vincent, Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever’s president & CEO since 2000, has announced plans to retire following National Pheasant Fest & … Continue reading

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New Landscape Conservation Task Force is Established

ASSOCIATION OF FISH & WILDLIFE AGENCIES, Washington D.C.: December 8, 2021 Washington D.C. – A new Landscape Conservation Joint Task Force was established during a signing ceremony at the Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies Executive Committee Meeting. The establishment … Continue reading

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