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DU and TNC's Grazing Management Habitat Tour

Private landowners, conservation groups, and state and federal agencies gathered at Ducks Unlimited’s Coteau Ranch and The Nature Conservancy’s Davis Ranch in Sheridan County to discuss and learn more about grazing management tools. The management tools include controlled burning, rotational grazing techniques, spraying and mowing.

Pennsylvania’s Presque Isle wetlands being restored

Ducks Unlimited is returning to the Lake Erie watershed in 2016 to restore and enhance more than 400 acres of coastal marsh at Presque Isle State Park, an important stopover for waterfowl and waterbirds in Erie, PA.

Cargill corporate partnership establishes two Finger Lakes projects

Cargill most recently pledged a three-year, $243,000 grant to benefit projects across upstate New York. Here are some of the projects DU has started with Cargill support.

Progress made on invasive species control and wetland restoration at Braddock Bay

Ducks Unlimited is partnered with State University of Brockport to continue to control invasive species at Braddock Bay Fish and Wildlife Management Area along the Ontario shoreline.

Ducks Unlimited restores historic habitat on revolving land

In 2011 Ducks Unlimited Wetlands America Trust purchased the Beam property, south of Oshkosh, Nebraska as part of the revolving lands strategy. The 447-acre property contains some of the last unbroken native wet meadow, which has spectacular blooms of the rare shooting star (Dodecatheon meadia) wildflower. The land also contains North Platte River frontage and accretion ground, which is where Ducks Unlimited focused its restoration.

Grass carp discovery under review

SANDUSKY, Ohio - Oct. 29, 2013 - Ducks Unlimited is evaluating news that the U.S. Geological Survey has found evidence of breeding grass carp in Lake Erie's Sandusky River. This is the first evidence that this variety of Asian carp is capable of breeding in the waters of the Great Lakes.

Ducks Unlimited Inc., Ducks Unlimited Canada support ecological separation of Great Lakes

MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Sept. 9, 2013 - Ducks Unlimited Inc. (DUI) and Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) jointly released a statement this week on the threat to the Great Lakes presented by non-native carp. The conservation groups called on governmental and non-governmental organizations to move toward the ecological separation of the Great Lakes watershed as soon as possible, as part of a comprehensive strategy to protect the Great Lakes from Asian carp and other invasive species.

Ducks Unlimited Asian Carp Agreement

A joint agreement between Ducks Unlimited Inc. and Ducks Unlimited Canada regarding the introduction and proliferation of non-native Asian carp throughout the Great Lakes and their adverse impacts on waterfowl and wetland ecosystems

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