Due to weather, the project has been re-scheduled for Friday, May 15th.
→ Black Hills PF Member, Terry is one happy farmer having received over 3 inches of rain, making it near impossible to plant the pollinator. Please contact Karl Castor or Darrel Kjerstad with any questions. ←
Black Hills Pheasants Forever is excited to announce their first pollinator project! Chapter Members will be participating in educational games with 4th and 5th graders of Pinedale Elementary school (in Rapid City), then we will have a fun afternoon creating projects with the kids at two separate farms in the New Underwood area.
- Date: May 15th
- School: Pinedale Elementary, Rapid City
- Itinerary: Educational Games in the morning 12:30 Planting begins in New Underwood
Volunteers are always appreciated. If you have time to give us a hand with this project, please contact President Karl Castor at 605.348.2406. Should you want to put a project in with the help of kids from a different area school, Karl would welcome the opportunity to visit with you about that also.
Pollinators are not only an integral part to the survival of pheasants and other upland game, but are important to human food sourcing also. If you like more information on how pollinators work, Pheasants Forever has put together an awesome video that can be seen clicking on the link below.