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01 - Muley Fanatic Foundation

This conservation project works to promote and highlight the most important resource our culture has: our youth. T.R.O.P.H.Y. has been developed to be the youth program of the Muley Fanatic Foundation, whose mission is “To ensure the conservation of mule deer and their habitat and to provide such supporting services to further the sport of hunting and sound wildlife management”. T.R.O.P.H.Y. uses fun characters (Non-Typical Ned and Warden Wilbur) as promoters of responsible stewardship and the importance of conservation at local schools. Winning this grant would go to support the hosting of four Youth Conservation Day Camps throughout the state of Wyoming.

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02 - Ashland County Pheasants Forever

The Ashland County Chapter of Pheasants Forever prides itself on bringing habitat conservation to its region. The chapter works diligently to conserve its natural resources for area hunters and outdoorsman. Through generous donations from members and supporters, the chapter has obtained many great pieces of machinery over the years, but these have been heavily used fulfilling the chapter’s conservation goals. This project hopes to provide the Ashland County Pheasants Forever with the equipment it needs to continue to serve its community.

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03 - Hawkeye Revitalization Project Video

Eastern Iowa is low on places for sporting dog owners to train and test their dogs. The Hawkeye Revitalization Project hopes to change that. The Eastern Iowa Hunting Retriever Association has partnered with the local DNR to help revitalize an area outside of North Liberty, IA that has suffered due to drought and lack of funding. In addition to providing a great place for hunting dogs, the project hopes to return waterfowl and other game species to the area.

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04 - Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever Youth Pollinator Habitat Program

Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever recognize the importance of pollinator species in maintaining successful habitation for game animals. In 2013, the organizations joined for a campaign to raise awareness of the importance of pollinator species in habitat conservation. They garnered 60 third graders to plant a 2 acre pollinator habitat to serve as an outdoor classroom for future generations. The Youth Pollinator Habitat Project hopes to continue this program in 2014 by completing 5 more pollinator habitats.

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05 - Tuttle Creek Increased Public Access Opportunity

Tuttle Creek is a large wildlife area in Kansas that provides great opportunities for hunters and outdoorsman. Unfortunately, there is little access to public roads to ensure everyone is able to take advantage of the opportunities available in the area. Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever of Kansas hope to change that by acquiring the land necessary to link the area to more public routes. This project strives to bring an excellent wildlife area to the general public.

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06 - Jason Corazzi Memorial Dog Park Project

The Jason Corazzi Memorial Dog Park Project hopes to transform and enhance an unused area along the Heritage Valley Trail in the northeastern region of Pennsylvania into a dog park for the community. Many people in the community are interested in the success of this project because there is currently no area for owners to take their dogs. This project will also help clean up the area, which is joined to a biking and hiking trail.

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