Projects

Where is NWTF Conducting Habitat Enhancement Projects in California?

Habitat sign from the Green Mountain Prescribed Fire Project in conjunction with RMEF and the USFS

Are you curious to where the National Wild Turkey Federation is conducting habitat enhancement projects in California? Click on the link below to see a map that illustrates the projects that have been completed, are currently underway, or are planned for the near future.…

NWTF Dollars At Work: Sul Norte Native Grassland Restoration Phase I

How it started

The Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (Sac River NWR) is comprised of over 10,000 acres. The refuge is broken up throughout 30 separate units along the Sacramento River, from Red Bluff to Colusa. The majority of these units are open to hunting, although many of them are by boat access only.…

NWTF Dollars At Work: Cañada de Los Osos Ecological Reserve – Native Grassland Restoration Project

Healthy grasslands are crucial to the survival of many different species of wildlife and many different types of invertebrates. For wild turkeys, healthy grasslands provide two crucial elements: forage and cover.

Forage comes in two main forms: Seed production and insects.…

NWTF Dollars At Work: Green Mountain Habitat Restoration Project

Redding, CA – In 2014, NWTF partnered up with Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest by helping to fund and implement a prescribed fire project on Green Mountain. Green Mountain lies along the shores of Lake Shasta’s Pit River arm.…