Month: June 2017

QUWF Opens NEW Chapter

QUWF Opens NEW Chapter in the great State of Idaho:

Buffalo MO: “Expansion of the passion and lifestyle of wildlife conservation, especially at the local level, is a great announcement” states Craig Alderman of QUWF. “Our New chapter, the Elmore Sportsman’s Alliance of QUWF, is totally focused in its mission from the beginning. They are a group of outdoor instructors who are taking the chapter solidly towards helping the youth and young at heart of the Idaho communities around them to the outdoors. Read More

QUWF Donates RUGER Predator

Buffalo, MO: “The ravaging of our Missouri farm lands, fields and hunting grounds is growing to a critical stage from the feral hog populations in the state” stated Craig Alderman of QUWF. “The destructive hogs are an invasive species dropped here by unscrupulous individuals or escaping from high fence operations. Either way they are a significant destructive force of our farmlands. As this is written they are but a few short miles from the home of QUWF as they are exceptionally mobile when pressured and breed prolifically if not eradicated” Alderman explains. Read more

Cordova Coolers and QUWF Partner for Wildlife

Buffalo MO: Cordova Coolers and the Quail and Upland Wildlife Federation (QUWF), today jointly announced their partnership in the support of QUWF chapters and members to support the ongoing battle to restore and keep wildlife habitat across the U.S. “Supporting an American company with the core values and direction that match ours is a benefit unto itself. Finding the right equipment in their high quality cooler line to assist in habitat work at all levels, events, youth programs, field research all while enjoying the outdoors is exceptional” states Craig Alderman of QUWF. Read more

QUWF Press Release – March 30, 2017

Buffalo, MO: Conservation News: “After two years of research and on the ground evaluation, the Quail & Upland Wildlife Federation (QUWF) now releases a new seed mix specifically for access and egress roads and fire line roads” announces Craig Alderman of QUWF. “With original research funding provided by Bass Pro Shops, we were able to create a real-life solution to the correct installation and then use of logging roads, access roads, and fire lines as a wandering green browse food source for a variety of wildlife including butterflies” states Alderman. “Sharp Bothers seed, a long time seed supplier of conservation, worked with us to develop the content and percentages felt to be the best option for landowners or land managers” Craig explained. Read more

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