Midwest Region
Conserving the Nature of America

Partnering for America's Great Outdoors for more than 25 years

April 5, 2012

Pictured left to right: Midwest Regional Partners Coordinator Lori Nordstrom, Private Lands Biologist Steve Erickson, Pheasants Forever President and CEO Howard K. Vincent, Regional Director Tom Melius, Forever President Vice President of Corporate Relations and Marketing Joe Duggan, Minnesota State Coordinator Sheldon Myerchin and Private Lands Biologist Lori Stevenson.
Pictured left to right: Midwest Regional Partners Coordinator Lori Nordstrom, Private Lands Biologist Steve Erickson, Pheasants Forever President and CEO Howard K. Vincent, Regional Director Tom Melius, Forever President Vice President of Corporate Relations and Marketing Joe Duggan, Minnesota State Coordinator Sheldon Myerchin and Private Lands Biologist Lori Stevenson.

The Partners Program is celebrating its 25th anniversary of working with private landowners to restore fish and wildlife habitat. Throughout the years, Pheasants Forever has been a key partner in U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service habitat restoration efforts and continues to help leverage resources to restore lands across the country.

The Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program was recognized by Pheasants Forever for 25 years of service to America's wildlife resources, with Pheasants Forever President and CEO Howard K. Vincent and Vice President of Corporate Relations and Marketing Joe Duggan presenting the award at the Midwest regional office in Bloomington, Minn. Regional Director Tom Melius proudly accepted the award along with Midwest Regional Partners Coordinator Lori Nordstrom, Minnesota State Coordinator Sheldon Myerchin and private lands biologists Steve Erickson and Lori Stevenson.

This coming January 2013, the Twin Cities with be hosting the 30th anniversary of Pheasants Forever a the downtown convention center, with more than 25,000 attendees anticipated.

Learn more http://www.pheasantfest.org/

Last updated: February 12, 2013