Pheasants Forever to Host CRP Sign-Up Informational Meetings


Landowners will learn about opportunities to potentially increase income on their private land.

Pheasants Forever along with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, the Natural Resources Conservation Service and the Farm Service Agency will be hosting landowner meetings around the state. This general CRP sign-up began February 27, 2023 and will continue through April 7. Multiple workshops will be held in the panhandle of Nebraska in March.

Information will be presented to landowners to show the many options of CRP, Continuous CRP, and discussions of updated rental rates. Whether landowners are interested in stopping erosion, increasing habitat for wildlife, or learning about financial assistance for conservation efforts, they are encouraged to talk to any local Farm Bill Wildlife Biologist or attend one of these meetings. There is no charge to attend these meetings.

If you are unable to attend one of these meetings or you would like more information about the CRP sign-up, please contact the Farm Service Agency (FSA) at your local USDA Service Center, or your local Farm Bill Biologist.

  • Tuesday March 21, 2023, at Chadron, Ne, meeting at The American Legion, 123 Bordeaux St 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m, MST.
  • Wednesday March 22, 2023, at Oshkosh, NE, meeting at the Oshkosh Auditorium, 602 West 2nd 1:00 p.m to 4:00 p.m, MST.
  • Monday March 27, 2023, at Sidney, NE, meeting at the South Platte NRD, 551 Parkland Dr. 1:00 p.m to 4:00 p.m, MST.
  • Tuesday March 28, 2023, at Alliance, NE, meeting at the Alliance Knight Museum, 908 Yellowstone Ave 1:00 p.m to 4:00 p.m, MST.

About Pheasants Forever

Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever make up the nation’s largest nonprofit organization dedicated to upland habitat conservation. This community of more than 420,000 members, supporters and partners is dedicated to the protection of our uplands through habitat improvement, public access, education, and advocacy. A network of 754 local chapters spread across North America determine how 100 percent of their locally raised funds are spent — the only national conservation organization that operates through this grassroots structure. Since its creation in 1982, the organization has dedicated more than $1 billion to 575,000+ habitat projects benefiting 24 million acres.