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Wednesday June 01

Grand River Wildlife Area Acreage Grows Thanks to Successful Partnership

RGS(AWS) in the News - Thanks to generous donations from the Trumbull County Federation of Sportsman's Clubs, the Northern Ohio Chapter of the American Woodcock Society, the National Wild Turkey Federation, and the Mosquito Creek Chapter of Whitetails Unlimited, a total of 21.43 acres of land adjacent to Grand River Wildlife Area was recently purchased according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources...

SportDOG Brand Announces Third Annual Companions for Conservation Contest

Press Release - SportDOG® Brand has announced the continuation of its Conservation Fund initiative. The Companions for Conservation contest will result in three lucky youth hunters taking ownership of puppies, trained by SportDOG Brand® Senior ProStaff members, as well as SportDOG Brand training gear – a prize package valued at $5,000 each...

Thursday June 09

Good Neighbor Authority program gives timber and wildlife a boost

RGS in the News -- Wisconsin recently conducted its first timber sales under the Good Neighbor Authority, an expanded federal-state partnership that could substantially increase forestry management and habitat improvement projects on the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. The 2014 Farm Bill and the 2014 federal Appropriations Act authorized the Good Neighbor Authority for use across the country...

Friday June 24

Ted Dick on KFAN Outdoors on the Fan!

RGS News - Ted Dick was interviewed on KFAN FM 100.3 Minneapolis/St. Paul -- The Sports Leader...

Wednesday June 29

Ruffed Grouse Society Wins 2016 APEX Award for Publication Excellence

PRESS RELEASE - RGS was privileged to win an APEX Award for Publication Excellence for the sixth consecutive year...

Thursday June 30

RGS National News June 30, 2016

RGS e-News - National News update for June 30, 2016...

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Established in 1961, the Ruffed Grouse Society is North America's foremost conservation organization dedicated to preserving our sporting traditions by creating healthy forest habitat for ruffed grouse, American woodcock and other wildlife. RGS works with landowners and government agencies to develop critical habitat utilizing scientific management practices.

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