Home to nearly 25,000 Pheasants Forever members and an incredibly strong chapter network, Minnesota is the birthplace of Pheasants Forever and the quality and abundance of publicly accessible upland habitat that can be found within its borders speaks to that.
Perhaps only overlooked by nonresident hunters due to its proximity to North Dakota and South Dakota, the first leg of Rooster Road Trip proved that Minnesota isn’t a sleeper state – it’s a destination unto itself.
Did you know? Minnesota chapters, partners, and supporters have completed 27 (and counting) Build a Wildlife Area acquisition projects that are open to public hunting and recreation. Learn more about this program, these successes, and how you can help HERE.