Quail/Pheasants Forever plan landowner seminar Saturday

Team Radio Marketing Group - March 2, 2017 1:53 pm

The Cherokee Strip Quail Forever/Pheasants Forever  will host a landowner seminar Saturday in the West Assembly Room at Pioneer Technology Center.

Registration starts at 8 a.m. with speakers starting at 9 a.m. There will be a field trip to the Big Fork Ranch after lunch. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

You do not have  to be a landowner to attend and everyone is welcome. If you aren’t a landowner, invite the landowner on whose land you hunt.

Two winners will be picked at random to receive the use of a skid steer for a weekend (up to eight hours of operation.)

The seminar will have presentations on grazing, burning, wildlife suitable plants species and more.

  • Featured speakers will include:
    John Weir on fire science and seasonal burning;
  • Dwayne Elmore on upland habitat;
  • Derek Wiley on upland biology;
  • Tom Cannon on cover crops, soils and no till;
  • Marty Williams on crop diversity and
  • A NRCS biologist to be determined.

For more information or if you are interested in volunteering with the chapter, please attend the next Cherokee Strip QF/PF meeting, held the second Thursday of each month at Evans and Associates, 3320 N. 14th Street in Ponca City.


Latest Stories

Legislative Update With Senator Bill Coleman

While this session certainly had its challenges, ultimately, we completed the most important task of the...

Gov. Stitt Signs Bill Authored by Senator Coleman and Senator Matthews to Establish Oklahoma Civil Rights Trail

OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — Governor Kevin Stitt signed a bill into law that would create the Oklahoma Civil...


OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Sooners made it three straight national titles Thursday night in Oklahoma City, beating the Florida State...