members of Quail & Upland Wildlife Federation, Inc. have become an Affiliate II organization of the Kansas Wildlife Federation. QUWF, a 501(c)3 organization headquartered in Kansas Buffalo, MO, has over 800 members in .
“The chapters, staff, members and landowners of QUWF throughout
Kansas look forward to continuing to work with KWF on conservation objectives and issues that arise on the conservation landscape of ,” said Nick Prough, Chief Wildlife Biologist and Director of Chapter Development for Quail and Upland Wildlife Federation. “As of June 2013, QUWF, its local chapters and members have impacted 1.8 Million acres of wildlife habitat and have spent over $108 million dollars in their local communities and across the country’s landscape,” Prough continued.
“The Kansas Wildlife Federation felt that QUWF’s excellent reputation dealing with landowners and their habitat needs makes QUWF an excellent affiliate,” said Troy Schroeder, KWF President. “We look forward to working with QUWF to carry out the goals of both organizations throughout
“Of the habitat work QUWF has conducted nationwide,” Prough stated, “425,000 acres have been in
and our expenditures have been approximately $28 million. Our motto says it all: Making a Difference for Wildlife, One Acre at a Time.”
For more information on QUWF, go to their website www.quwf..net.