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Pheasants Forever Farm Bill biologists working with landowners

Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever Farm Bill wildlife biologists work to provide technical assistance to landowners, farmers and ranchers to develop and implement wildlife management plans. The Farm Bill Biologist Program began in 2003, and it has now grown to more than 100 biologists who work in the field across the country.
One Farm Bill biologist, Kelsi Wehrman from Nelson, Neb., was recently presented with the “Answering the Call” award for going above and beyond the call of duty in performing her job. Wehrman was selected for the award by her peers.
Jordan Menge, the organization’s newest Farm Bill biologist, began working in Muleshoe, Texas, on July 9.
For more on the Farm Bill Biologist Program or for a directory of biologists, visit http://www.pheasantsforever.org/page/1/fieldstaff.jsp#farmbill.

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