Toyota, Alumacraft Boats and Second Century Habitat Fund team up for conservation

Sioux Falls, SD —- Second Century Habitat Fund (SCHF) of South Dakota has partnered with South Dakota Toyota dealers and Alumacraft Boats to help you cast the line on your next adventure.

A Toyota Tundra TRD Pro paired with an Alumacraft Classic 165 Sport is the ultimate fishing package that takes you places in and out of the water others can’t. Not only can you win this truck and boat combo, but to make it an ultimate fishing package, it comes with over $5k worth of fishing and outdoor gear to make sure you’re ready for the water and properly equipped for any circumstance.

“This is a great campaign with several great partners that make it possible. We are very grateful to have the support of these companies across the country. Not only does our work directly support habitat in South Dakota, but our conservation efforts benefit everyone who visits South Dakota, whether they’re here to hunt, fish, or vacation. We are making sure that South Dakota wildlife has ample habitat to fight and survive. All of this is made possible by our generous partners and those who purchase tickets.” Said Brian Bashore, CEO of Second Century.

For your chance to WIN this ultimate fishing adventure package and support habitat in South Dakota, all you have to do is go to and purchase your ticket. Tickets come in packages of (1) for $20 (3) for $50 or (10) for $100. You don’t have to be present to win and there is no limit on the number of entries.

Proceeds from this raffle support habitat programs in South Dakota, promoting quality habitat for wildlife to thrive and ensuring another century of the best pheasant hunting in the nation.

About Second Century Habitat Fund, South Dakota

The Second Century Habitat Fund is a 501 c3 nonprofit corporation that works to educate homeowners about the importance of grasslands to improving pheasant habitat in South Dakota. The Fund is governed by a Board of Directors that represents landowners, business owners, pheasant reserve operators, and community leaders throughout South Dakota.