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Pheasants Forever Helps Develop Michigan Pheasant Recovery Initiative

Genesee County Chapter contributed $1000 toward the new Michigan pheasant recovery project.


2016 Spring Seed Distribution Date Revised!

2016 Spring Seed Distribution Very Successful

Our first seed distribution on Sat. May 7, 2016 was very well attended by our PF members.

They picked up almost all of our available seed.

So, we have cancelled our second distribution date on May 14.

There will be NO seed distribution on Saturday May 14...

Note: watch for our habitat information on our website: and


Associate Membership


As a PF Associate you will receive:
  • PHEASANTS FOREVER magazine, which is published five times a year and features stories on upland bird hunting, guns, sporting dogs, habitat improvement projects, environmental issues, legislative action and other outdoor interests.
  • Window decal featuring Pheasants Forever logo.
  • Membership card for easy identification.
  • As a member of PF, have confidence your contributions ARE making a difference on the ground for wildlife and to future generations. Pheasants Forever and sister organization Quail Forever have converted your membership dollars into over 8 million acres of wildlife habitat.




2015 Formed a Partnership with Lapeer and St. Clair PF Chapters, Michigan DNR and Lapeer Conservation District...


Our grant request for Lapeer State Game area habitat project we submitted along with Lapeer and St. Clair chapters was approved for $44189, $5061 less than the requested $49250. 

Each chapter committed $2500 in cash to get the $44189 grant funding ( 5.9 :1 match). 

Chapter is working with the Lapeer Chapter of Pheasants Forever and partnered with Lapeer and St. Clair Chapters then submitted a request for a grant from the DNR to improve and increase the pheasant habitat in the Lapeer State Game Area. With the help of our PF Regional Rep , Bill Vander Zouwen we are planning to work with the Conservation District and the DNR to submit a grant request with the DNR, for habitat improvement. The desired result is to make a significant improvement to the pheasant habitat in an area that is available for public hunting.

I will continue to keep you informed of the progress, as we work on the project into the spring.

These are photos show our prelimainary prep work and the PF and Young Marines that volunteered to help with the project. 


Lapper State Game Area being prepared to seed

Boom axe work. Did a very nice job of cleaning up the fields.


Genesee and Lapeer Chapter PF Volunteers on Workday 1


Work Day 2

Genesee and Lapeer Chapter PF Volunteers and Young Marines Volunteered to help us.