Ducks Unlimited Conservation Issues Briefing: Vol. 1, #25

Habitat losses mount
in Prairie Pothole Region

With millions of acres of marginal cropland being removed from the Conservation Reserve Program to get down the maximum acreage cap set by the 2008 Farm Bill, the outlook for ducks and landowners is unclear. Read more

More waterfowlers
uniting behind clean water

Wildfowl magazine has joined the ranks of supporters of sportsmen's efforts to restore Clean Water Act protections to millions of geographically isolated wetlands across the country that provide habitat for waterfowl and supply our drinking water. Read more
Prairie wetland

Ducks Unlimited joins Congress,
others to bring tide back for fish, waterfowl

A recently completed project on the Puget Sound will bring something to the Nisqually estuary that it hasn't seen in more than 100 years: the tide. Read more
Nisqually dedication

Take action to prevent
conservation tool from expiring

Just over six weeks remain for a popular land conservation tool that allows landowners to keep their land and provide critical habitat for waterfowl and wildlife. Read more

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Newsletter Editor: Neil Shader
Conservation Editor: Dr. Scott Yaich
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