Ducks Unlimited Conservation Issues Briefing: Vol. 1, #9

What duck hunters stand to gain – or lose – from clean water

Waterfowlers know that duck hunting can be a fickle affair—and the smallest things can make or break a day in the blind. How will the Clean Water Act affect your time in the blind this season and beyond?
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From the Capitol steps to your town hall steps – Congress is home for summer

U.S. CapitolMembers of Congress will be back in their home states and districts at the end of the week. Find out when they will be in your hometown, and ask them to support conservation! Read more

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"Protect native prairies," say Congressional agriculture leaders

The leaders of the U.S. House and Senate Agriculture Committees are taking a stand to protect native prairies, calling on Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to ensure that there are not incentives for landowners to break native prairie. Read more

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DU volunteers are speaking out for conservation – you can, too!

Ducks Unlimited volunteers in Wisconsin met with federal officials on how to improve the Great Lakes watershed, and more opportunities are on the way to improve it. Read more

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Conservation Editor: Dr. Scott Yaich
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