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Pheasants Forever plans N.D. landowner workshops in October

Pheasants Forever is holding several workshops across North Dakota in October to bring landowners up to speed on habitat programs that are available as alternatives to the Conservation Reserve Program. A variety of programs exist to not only keep...

Pheasants Forever is holding several workshops across North Dakota in October to bring landowners up to speed on habitat programs that are available as alternatives to the Conservation Reserve Program. A variety of programs exist to not only keep land in wildlife habitat, but provide a return for landowners.

Here's a look at the workshops planned in October.

Oct. 13: 9 a.m., Crosby, N.D. (Burke and Divide counties); 3 p.m., Stanley, N.D. (Mountrail County).

Oct. 14: 10 a.m., Williston, N.D. (Williams County); 3 p.m., Watford City, N.D. (McKenzie County).

Oct. 19: 10 a.m., Beulah, N.D. (Mercer County); 3 p.m., Killdeer, N.D. (Dunn County.

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Oct. 20: 10 a.m., Beach, N.D. (Golden Valley County); 3 p.m., Dickinson, N.D. (Stark County).

For more information on the workshops and other Pheasants Forever programs, contact Jesse Beckers, North Dakota regional Pheasants Forever biologist, at (701) 202-8120 or jbeckers@pheasantsforever.org .

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