It's our chapter's 32nd Anniversary!
Looking forward to another great Pheasants Forever Banquet! We cannot wait to re-connect with our friends and sponsors, and we hope you join us for an evening of fundraising. Last year's comeback of a banquet left us with our most successful fundraising effort yet; this chapter is truly passionate about youth outreach and habitat improvement efforts!
As always, evening activities include numerous raffles, and both live and silent auctions for a variety of firearms, trips, artwork, and more. Even better, we retain 100 percent of the proceeds raised to determine how they are used!
We look forward to giving away numerous firearms, trips, merchandise, and more will be available on auction and through raffles.
Dinner provided by Nordy's BBQ
This event will sell out! Don't delay once registration becomes available!
We are doing great things, but need your help for continued success. Sponsorship has great benefits including tax incentives, a unique marketing opportunity, reserved seating, gifts and more. Please take a minute to learn more about sponsorship opportunities when registering for the banquet. You can also contact any of our banquet committee members to learn more.
A Little About the Chapter
The Northern Colorado Chapter of Pheasants Forever is doing great things for Colorado. All of this is possible because of the continued outstanding support YOU provide. Without your support, we would be unable to contribute ten of thousands of dollars for eastern Colorado habitat work including the support of three no-till drills, funding three Pheasants Forever Biologists out east and one in Craig, CO, and funding the Corners for Conservation program. These initiatives are improving habitat throughout Colorado!
The Northern Colorado Chapter of Pheasants Forever is also intimately involved in introducing new individuals to the outdoors. We host numerous youth and women's outdoor days every year, and participate in many more. We contribute thousands of dollars to the PF's Path to the Uplands program and take every opportunity to immerse youth in the great outdoors. In 2016, our chapter was the recipient of the 2016 No Child Left Indoors® national award; the organization’s highest honor for chapters involved in engaging the next generation of hunters and conservationists.