Milford, KS -(AmmoLand.com)- Hunters understand the vital role quality habitat plays in the conservation of Kansas’ wildlife, and while Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism staff work diligently to provide the best habitat possible, partners are always appreciated.
That’s why members of the Kansas Bowhunters Association invite anyone with an interest in improving our wildlife areas to join them for a Conservation Day at Milford State Park, Saturday, April 16. Volunteers from across the state will work together to complete a variety of outdoor projects to benefit wildlife, sportsmen and outdoor recreationalists, alike.
Volunteers are asked to wear clothing appropriate for working outdoors, bring food and drinks, and pack any garden tools or equipment they feel might be helpful.
The group will be camping near the Eagle Ridge Shelter. For information on camping, contact the Milford State Park office at (785) 238-3014.
If event is cancelled due to weather, it will be rescheduled for Saturday, April 23.
For more information, contact Greg Babcock at (785) 531-1829 or [email protected]
Volunteers do not have to pay a state park entry fee to participate.
About the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism:
As a public steward of the Kansas natural resources, the mission of the Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism is to: Conserve and enhance Kansas natural heritage, its wildlife and its habitats–to assure future generations the benefits of the state’s diverse, living resources; Provide the public with opportunities for the use and appreciation of the natural resources of Kansas, consistent with the conservation of those resources; Inform the public of the status of the natural resources of Kansas to promote understanding and gain assistance in achieving this mission.
For more information on KDWPT, please visit www.kdwpt.state.ks.us.