New Quail Forever Chapter Homesteads in Oklahoma’s Beaver & Texas Counties
New group will utilize Quail Forever’s unique model to raise funds and support for upland conservation
The South West Indiana chapter of Quail Forever is dedicated to the conservation of quail, and other wildlife, through habitat improvements, public awareness, education and land management policies and programs. Quail Forever is also dedicated to the education of our youth, the conservation and preservation of wildlife, wildlife habitat and outdoor activities.
SOUTHWEST INDIANA CHAPTER QUAIL FOREVER
12314 BIG CYNTHIANA RD
EVANSVILLE, IN 47720
Quail Forever is an organization dedicated to promoting, increasing and improving quail habitat. We are also dedicated to promoting out door youth activities in the areas of conservation, hunting, firearm safety and shooting in both gun and archery. QF’s “No Child Left Indoors” program is a nationally recognized program, backed by major corporations and Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever chapters throughout the country. Important to note, is that quail habitat is also great habitat for other species, such as rabbit, deer, dove, song birds, and most other wildlife in general. It provides food, breeding/nesting grounds, and protection from predators. Quail Forever is not just about hunting, but also preservation, conservation and education.
While only being in existence since November of 2012, our chapter has had two successful banquets, provided enough seed to local landowners and wildlife areas to plant over 300 acres of food plots, participated in funding a youth hunt, and appointed a Chapter Member Project Coordinator, and a Youth Coordinator. Through our chapter member project coordinator, we have five ongoing projects for habitat, and we are always looking for more.
The Southwest Indiana Chapter of Quail Forever has partnered with the Patoka National Wildlife Refuge, Gibson County Indiana Commissioners and Hopkins Family Farms on a 40 acre prairie restoration project. The land, donated to Gibson County, is adjacent to another 160 acres owned by the Hopkins family which is likely to eventually be included in the total project. That would make a total of 200 contiguous acres being restored for wildlife habitat. The total cost of the original 40 acre project is expected to be over $25,000 .
What makes Quail Forever different than any other habitat oriented non-profits? Quail Forever’s unique model. Quail Forever – national conservation leadership with local wildlife habitat results!
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