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Massachusetts: Lackey Pond

The Lackey Pond project restored and enhanced 150 acres of freshwater emergent marsh, for which Ducks Unlimited provided engineering design, contractor oversight and funding support.

Massachusetts Conservation Projects


Island Road salt marsh, Essex

Island Road is a low-lying causeway, crossing and dividing a 70-acre salt marsh, leading to Essex Bay. The road prevents the daily surface flow of tidal waters necessary for a healthy salt marsh.

Allens Pond, South Dartmouth

Since initiating restoration in Massachusetts in 1988, Ducks Unlimited and its partners have restored and conserved over 840 acres. As a part of the initial strategic planning effort for the New England Coast Initiative, Ducks Unlimited identified a minimum of 165 acres for potential future projects in the Massachusetts.

Lackey Pond Project

The project located on the Mumford River, near Uxbridge, in Worchester County was dedicated in fall 2000 in the memory of the late Rocky Bridges, former state Director of the Division of Fish and Wildlife and DU staff Regional Director and MARSH Coordinator. This 150-acre wetland project will benefit waterfowl such as black ducks, mallards and teal as well as many other water birds and wildlife.
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