Welcome to the internet home of the Linn County Pheasants Forever. A Local Pheasants Forever Chapter in Iowa. Pheasants Forever (PF) is a non-profit conservation organization dedicated to the protection and enhancement of pheasant and other wildlife populations in North America. Read more about PF and our chapter.
Check out our upcoming events & projects we help with!
We are thinking of our community as we all recover from Derecho in Fall 2020.
We hope that our annual banquets can proceed in 2021 - Get your tickets today!!
Let's hope that our health improves in the community to we can fellowship again soon!
Want to learn more about our events?
Check out our past events here on our website or on our Facebook page!
Follow us on Facebook @IowaLinnCoPF & on our website's Events Section!
About The Chapter & R3
Linn County Pheasants Forever is a nonprofit conservation that is dedicated to the conservation of pheasants, quail and other wildlife through habitat improvements, public awareness, education, and land management policies and programs. We are active in the nationwide R3 initiative, click below to learn more.
Please take a moment to read more about us by following the link below.
Chapter News & Events
Demographic changes, competing interests and shifts in popular American culture have all contributed to the decline in participation rates in hunting and fishing. To address these trends, Linn County Pheasants Forever has projects around the national R3 movement. R3 = recruitment, retention and reactivation of hunters, anglers and shooting sports participants.
We hosted our first R3 Women in the Outdoors workshop in 2019, and in 2020 we hosted a small group pheasant hunting at Legacy Acres in Parnell, Iowa stay tuned to our website and Facebook page for additional events. Click here to learn more about R3.
Linn County PF at 2021 Annual Banquet
The Linn County Pheasants Forever would like to thank you for your involvement. Your support has assisted our organization with conservation of habitat through projects, public awareness, youth and adult education as well as involvement in land management policies and programs.
Did you know that we hosted or partnered to coordinate 30 events for our community in 2019? Our involvement shows that we reached 11734 adults and 2313 youth in 2019 alone. We are looking forward to future events!
In order for our chapter to continue with our education and outreach, it is necessary for us to raise means to support. Our annual banquet is on March 28, 2021 and is our group's primary fundraiser; and we welcome sponsorship at any time of the year.