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*Four-row minimum with at least one Rocky Mountain juniper or red cedar row to provide winter protection. 
*At least 15 rows are best for maximum winter and thermal wildlife protection. 
*Fewer rows will be considered for cost-share funding if the project is adjacent to existing wildlife protection such as cattails, shelterbelts, trees, farmsteads or other plantings and the the project isn't a runway for predators. 
*No assistance for cabin sites or other residential developments, including landscaping. 
*Recommend trees 15 feet or less at mature height to reduce avian predation. 
*Recommend tree rows to be 15 feet or less apart and not more than 16 feet apart with large blocks consisting of about 40 percent conifer, juniper or cedar. 
*Plantings must be protected from livestock grazing. 
*No cost-shjare on projects involving breaking up native prairie and commercial or fee hunting operations. 
*Landowner retains all rights to regulate acces and hunting on project areas. 
*Chapter would appreciate being able to put up a Pheasants Forever habitat project sign. 
*All project funding is subject to Sakakawea Pheasants Forever chapter approval. 
*The chapter can assist in designing proper tree, nesting and brood cover plantings to benefit wildlife.

While trees are a major focus of the chapter's habitat efforts, the chapter also provides cost-share funding for food plots, including providing seed at no cost, as well as nesting and brood cover establishment. Please contact habitat chairman Rod Stockdill, (701) 337-6252, for more information.


*Established in 1990

*More than 100 members throughout North Dakota and the United States. 

*Its name is derived from nearby Lake Sakakawea. 

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