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Group To Study Pheasant Habitat

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Group To Study Pheasant Habitat

Governor Dennis Daugaard  has appointed the members of a work group tasked with examining strategies for developing pheasant habitat in South Dakota.

The pheasant habitat work group continues the efforts that began last month with the first ever Governor’s Pheasant Habitat Summit in Huron.

Chairman of the group will be Pam Roberts,  – retired Secretary of SD Department of Labor and Regulation…

 

The pheasant habitat work group will develop recommendations to the Governor that focus on practical solutions for maintaining and improving pheasant habitat.

Roberts says the work group will meet periodically through June, with a final report completed in late summer 2014…

 

Roberts says she knows how delicate the balance is between production agriculture and wildlife habitat…

 

Roberts says members of the public may submit ideas for encouraging pheasant habitat development to pheasanthabitat@state.sd.us.

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