2022 Berggren Plan Web

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47 • Assess the expansion of the youth pheasant season dates and associated regulations (i�e�, age requirements, daily bag limits, ability for mentors to hunt) to increase participation by youth and novice hunters (§D�2) less than $10,000; less than one year • Assess potential impacts of recent legislation (LB126) on pheasant hunting opportunities and access on private lands and determine if modifications to season dates are warranted (§D�2) less than $10,000; less than one year PARTNERSHIPS AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE • Assess the feasibility of also partnering with agricultural industry/groups and outdoors retailers, and corporate sponsors to increase funding or effectiveness of technical assistance delivery (§A) less than $10,000; less than one year • Assess the most effective ways of using precision farming technology to illustrate the potential cost-effectiveness of USDA conservation program options, with particular attention to potentially providing information at crop consultant meetings and conventions where available (§B�2) less than $25,000; one to two years • Assess opportunities to engage partners and secure external funding sources to help support pheasant releases on public lands (§B�6) less than $10,000; less than one year • Assess our current programs to ensure they are reaching the desired audiences and having the desired effects (§B�10) $50,000-$100,000; two years • Assess the best ways to engage other farmer-trusted partners (e�g�, UNL Extension, Co-ops, crop consultants, farm managers, etc�) in delivering positive messages about the direct and indirect values of wildlife habitat in protecting other resources (soils, water, etc�) (§B�11) less than $50,000; less than one year • Assess the current portfolio of federal and conservation partner lands in Nebraska currently closed to hunting, identify those that potentially could be opened, and begin a dialogue with the appropriate agencies/organizations to ascertain their future access status (§C�1) less than $10,000; less than one year

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