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NOAA awards $600,000 to Ducks Unlimited for Ohio wetland restoration

NOAA approves $12.5 million for Great Lakes wetland restoration

Ducks Unlimited was approved for the second phase of a regional partnership with U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for $12.5 million to address more than a dozen federal Areas of Concern in the Great Lakes region.

DU and partners receive grant to enhance Kansas prairie wetlands

HUTCHINSON, Kan. – June 20, 2016 – A $1 million North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) grant means improved wildlife habitat and access for Kansas residents. Ducks Unlimited (DU) and partners received the grant to complete the second phase of the Kansas Prairie Wetlands program.

Ducks Unlimited combats climate change effects in Illinois, Indiana with $250,000 grant from Wildlife Conservation Society

Ducks Unlimited will help Illinois and Indiana combat climate change effects on habitat with a $250,000 grant from the Wildlife Conservation Society's Climate Adaptation Fund, a program made possible by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.

Ducks Unlimited investing $1.5 million in Wisconsin’s Horicon Marsh

The largest freshwater cattail marsh in the nation has renewed life thanks to a more than $1.5 million investment by Ducks Unlimited and generous local support.

Platte River WMA restoration a win-win for ducks, duck hunters

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. – Oct. 9, 2013 – Ducks Unlimited is restoring and enhancing several tracts along the Platte River in Nebraska thanks to a grant from the Nebraska Environmental Trust (NET). Partnering with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission on the Platte River Wildlife Management Area Partnership grant, DU will remove invasive trees and excavate old remnant slough scars to restore hydrology and the function of wetlands and native grasslands on four wildlife management areas (WMAs).

Ducks Unlimited awarded $10,000 grant from Oregon Trail Community Foundation

SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. – April 30, 2013 –The Oregon Trail Community Foundation awarded a $10,000 grant to Ducks Unlimited to support acquisition of the Tottenhoff property and an associated restoration project. The Tottenhoff property comprises 256 acres along the Platte River in Scotts Bluff County, a priority area for DU because of its value to migrating waterfowl. The property has additional value because it is adjacent to an existing wildlife area, Spotted Tail Wildlife Habitat Area (WHA), which is owned and managed by the Platte River Basin Environments (PRBE).

Help DU conserve crucial waterfowl breeding grounds today

With a grant from SportDOG, Ducks Unlimited, working with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, will conserve 5,463 acres of wetland and wetland-associated grassland habitat using purchased perpetual easements along with fee-title (outright) purchase of important landscapes. Vote today!

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