Ducks Unlimited Conservation Issues Briefing: Vol. 1, #14

Introducing the next
generation to waterfowl hunting

Youth hunting clinicDucks Unlimited events across the country are introducing young hunters to waterfowl-hunting traditions. DU chapters in Montana, Nebraska and elsewhere are holding clinics to teach today's youth how to be tomorrow's conservation leaders. These clinics are introducing young hunters to hunter safety, tradition, ethics, duck calling and other skills that will help them become conservation-minded sportsmen and women. Read more

Senate set to help Great Lakes ducks

Summer is almost over, and the Senate is poised to return after Labor Day to pick up where the House of Representatives left off with funding for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. Read more
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Restoration efforts
underway in Saginaw Bay

Saginaw BayDucks Unlimited and its partners are using a popular and successful program to restore more than 100 acres near Michigan's Saginaw Bay. A North American Wetlands Conservation Act project with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Dow Chemical and others will restore habitat at Wigwam Bay in eastern Michigan. Read more

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