Roger Moore Chapter Projects and Activities
Ruffed Grouse Society
Kevin Stewart, 810-516-7068
The Roger Moore Chapter is supporting two habitat locations both are located on state land in Northern Michigan. The main goal of these projects is to establish and maintain hunter walking trails through a diverse mix of cover types while enhancing wildlife habitat for a suite of wildlife species with a focus on grouse and woodcock. The establishment of small wildlife opening through rehabilitation of former well sites (including invasive species control), planting of native wildlife trees and shrubs, and continued young forest management will be the primary habitat management focus for these sites.
For more information contact Janet Huff 586-615-0331 or Kevin Stewart 810-516-7068.
• Roger Moore Chapter 41th Annual Conservation & Sportsmen's Banquet - Fenton Winery & Brewery February 17, 2023
• Spring Tune Up Shoot May 20, 2023
•Grouse Workshop August 19, 2023
Your input is requested. If you are a hunter and enjoy the Pigeon River, please use the link below to complete the two surveys that will help shape management decisions and recreational access to two properties in the Pigeon River Country State Forest: Storey Lake and Elk Forest (Walled Lake). These surveys are open until September 17. The link however, is always active and provides information about the Pigeon River.