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2016 Minnesota Conservation Report

See the conservation projects done in 2015 by Ducks Unlimited staff and partners.

Record conservation work in 2015 for waterfowl, recreational access

In 2015 Ducks Unlimited changed the face of Minnesota landscape to benefit waterfowl, wildlife and outdoor enthusiasts. DU delivered a record number of conservation projects, affecting 33,641 acres of waterfowl habitat with an investment of more than $6 million.

Ducks Unlimited boosts waterfowl food resources in Minnesota’s Mud Lake

Ducks Unlimited and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources are partnering to give waterfowl a buffet of aquatic food at Mud Lake.

Ducks Unlimited project helps improve flow, health of Upper Lightning Lake

Waterfowl in western Minnesota soon will have another quality spot for brood-rearing and migration stops thanks to an enhanced Upper Lightning Lake in Otter Tail County.

Enhancement Project Under Way on Minnesota's 50th Wildlife Management Lake

In September 2014, Ducks Unlimited joined the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and other partners to celebrate the designation of 409-acre Eagle Lake as Minnesota's 50th wildlife management lake. This official action granted the state the authority to temporarily lower water levels and actively enhance wetland habitat.

Minnesota DNR wildlife supervisor awarded for shallow lake enhancement projects

Ducks Unlimited (DU) awarded the 2015 Minnesota Conservation Partner of the Year Award to Jeanine Vorland, area wildlife supervisor for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Owatonna Area.

Ducks Unlimited and Minnesota DNR dedicate State Line Lake

Ducks Unlimited (DU) and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) joined with local partners Saturday, July 18, to celebrate the successful enhancement of 446-acre State Line Lake in Freeborn County, Minn.

PolyMet initiative restores, enhances rice lakes in Minnesota

Ducks Unlimited (DU) announces a partnership with PolyMet Mining that will support DU’s Living Lakes Initiative, a program that restores the health and functionality of Minnesota’s degraded shallow lakes and wetlands.

Ducks Unlimited and Unimin forge four-year conservation partnership

MANKATO, Minn. – May 19, 2015 – Unimin Corporation will continue to partner with Ducks Unlimited on three conservation initiatives in North America through 2018 totaling $230,000.

$25 Million Dedicated to Living Lakes Initiative

In November 2008, Minnesota voters passed the Clean Water, Land, and Legacy Amendment, which added 3/8 of 1 percent to the state sales tax. One-third of the revenue generated by this amendment is placed in the state's Outdoor Heritage Fund (OHF) for competitive grants to state agencies and nonprofit conservation organizations such as Ducks Unlimited. This means that approximately $100 million can be used annually to protect, restore, and enhance habitat for fish and wildlife in Minnesota.
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