Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2010

Ducks Unlimited Conservation Issues Briefing: Vol. 2, #7

Public policy takes center
stage at Wisconsin DU convention

Communicating Ducks Unlimited's policy message is an important responsibility, one for which we're all responsible. That was the message to senior volunteers and grassroots staff attending the 2010 Wisconsin DU convention in the Wisconsin Dells. Read more

New report shows
threats to Colorado wetlands

Serious threats to wetlands and streams in Colorado could spell trouble for waterfowl and drinking water, according to a new report that highlights five case studies of at-risk water resources in the state.
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Colorado wetland

Conserving habitat
on both sides of the border

Iowa hunters have harvested more than 8 million ducks since 1973, and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources is working with Ducks Unlimited and DU Canada to keep those birds flying south every year. Read more
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Restored wetlands mean better
water, less pollution for Iowa community

A project on the Kiowa Marsh wildlife Management Area in Early, Iowa, will provide benefits for both people and waterfowl. Ducks Unlimited and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources recently finished restoring a 45-acre wetland that will help filter pollutants from the Raccoon River downstream from the marsh. Read more

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Newsletter Editor: Neil Shader
Conservation Editor: Dr. Scott Yaich
Director of Internet Services: Anthony Jones
Executive Editor: Tony Dolle
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Ducks Unlimited conserves, restores and manages wetlands and associated habitats for North America's waterfowl. These habitats also benefit other wildlife and people. Our vision is wetlands sufficient to fill the skies with waterfowl today, tomorrow and forever.

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