Founded in 2002, the Johnson County, Kansas Pheasants Forever (PF) Chapter 706 has grown to more than 350 adult and 75 youth members. Our chapter is one of the 41 chapters within Kansas and one of 600 national chapters.
Johnson County Pheasants Forever is dedicated to bridging the gap between our young people and the land they will become stewards of through public awareness, education and habitat improvement.
The fundamental goal of Johnson County, KS Pheasants Forever Chapter 706 is to see our children enjoy the outdoors, conservation as well as hunting. This is the essence of building a conservation legacy, which we can leave to our children — one so strong that it will endure for generations. This legacy is being built by our chapter using public awareness, education and habitat improvement.
As an organization, Pheasants Forever allows each chapter to determine how 100% of their locally raised conservation funds will be spent. Empowered with Pheasants Forever’s unique system, Johnson County Pheasants Forever Chapter 706, has collectively raised and distributed more than $25,000 for habitat improvement, conservation education and youth education activities.
If you are interested in becoming an active members, we invite you to stop by one of our monthly meetings or to shoot us an email so that we can get some more information about you.
For more information on Pheasants Forever, please visit the national organization’s website at www.pheasantsforever.org.