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Chapter Events

View our scheduled chapter events, how to get registered and past events.

Upcoming Events

Current Events Date & Time Event
Oct 28, 2017
8:00 AM
Habitat Work Day & Pheasant Hunt View Event Details

Past Events

Past Events Date & Time Event
Sep 15-16, 2017
Learn To Hunt Pheasants 2017 View Event Photos
Apr 22, 2017
Public Land Parking Lot Clean Up View Event Photos

Prescribed Burn Crew

The Outagamie Area Chapter of Pheasants Forever is now offering prescribed burns with competitive pricing to local landowners who want to use fire as a management tool to maintain their grassland habitat. Volunteers are welcome to participate in this safe and effective habitat management tool. Contact us for more information.

Annual Learn To Hunt Pheasants

The future of our sport relies on the efforts of those generations younger than us. To help promote those efforts and educate youth in the importance of what Pheasants Forever believes in, we host an annual Learn To Hunt showcasing why our organization is important, but at the same time having some fun with our leaders of tomorrow.

Monthly Meetings

Join us for our monthly meetings. The Outagamie Area Chapter of Pheasants Forever would like to invite all members to attend these meetings. We discuss local habitat projects, youth events, annual banquet, or other items related to Pheasants Forever and our local conservation community in Wisconsin. Generally our meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month at 7:00pm at the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Field Office located at 3369 W Brewster Street in Appleton.

Parking Lot Clean Up

As stewards of the environment, chapter volunteers clean up the parking lots on public lands annually. The public lands are open to everyone but it is usually hunters or other outdoor recreationists who may get blamed for the trash left behind. This is a great family event that gives back to the community.

Habitat Work Day

Our chapter partners with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to do habitat work on local public lands in Calumet County. This work day consists of cutting and piling brush and invasive species that are encroaching into grassland nesting habitat. After a few hours of work in the morning, volunteers are fed a hearty meal by the DNR to show their appreciation for all the hard work. Volunteers of all ages are welcome to help out and get their hands dirty working on local habitat improvement!