Chinook Pheasants Forever Chapter is located in Medicine Hat, Alberta with a dedicated following since 1993. The committee promises to appreciate your support and ongoing interest in our organization.

Our yearly totals for tree plantings now stand at 391,000 trees - representing 128 miles of shelterbelt at a cost of over $75,000. During our 14 years of planting, this chapter has ranked as high as #3 in North America plantings (measured against 600+ other Pheasants Forever chapters).

Our primary goal at Chinook is to partner with other conservation organizations to purchase land suitable for intensive habitat programs. These programs will develop habitat not only suitable for upland wildlife, but all wildlife in general. The Peigan Creek and Ross Creek properties are now operating under management plans.  Potential land acquisitions are being investigated between Medicine Hat and the Cypress Hills Provincial Park.  Habitat projects are ongoing.

We urge you to continue your support for our efforts. Interested groups, businesses and individuals pledge $350.00 to become a sponsor of Chinook Pheasants Forever. We now have dozens of sponsors that contribute on a yearly basis.

Our annual fundraising banquet has been a best seller for many years so we encourage you to get your tickets early.


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Pheasants Forever Canada Inc. is dedicated to the conservation of pheasants and other upland wildlife through habitat improvements, public awareness, education and land management policies and programs.

Habitat restoration and enhancement projects include planting trees, shrubs and grasses to create shelterbelts and grassy corridors for wildlife travel lanes and protective cover; planting good quality nesting cover for ground nesting birds; fencing out existing or newly planted habitat areas to promote growth and limit livestock access; developing riparian buffer zones; protecting cattail marshes for winter thermal cover and setting up winter food plots and emergency feeding stations as seasonal food sources.