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Chevron supports Ducks Unlimited Rice Stewardship Program

LAFAYETTE, La. – Sept. 13, 2013 – Chevron was recognized for their support of conservation at the Lafayette Ducks Unlimited banquet on Sept. 12. Chevron recently entered into a one-year community partnership with Ducks Unlimited in support of DU’s Rice Stewardship Program (RSP). The program aims to promote the long-term sustainability of rice agriculture in southwest Louisiana through the stewardship of land, water and wildlife resources.

Canton resident donates collection to Ducks Unlimited

CANTON, Ill. – June 19, 2013 – William "Bill" Peak, 69, a lifelong Canton resident and avid sportsman, passed away on Aug. 8, 2012, leaving his firearms, decoys, boats and hunting equipment to Ducks Unlimited. The collection sold for nearly $60,000 at a local public auction.

Comeback on the Coast - Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Chapter

Just as the oceans' tides ebb and flow, the life cycle of a Ducks Unlimited chapter often experiences ups and downs. This cycle has been especially notable in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, over the last few years, as decreased committee engagement and poor event timing led to falling attendance and support. The all-time low came in 2011, when just a handful of dedicated volunteers showed up for the chapter's sponsor banquet.

Diamond Legacy Sponsors Make a Difference

Diamond Legacy Sponsors John and Cheryl Dale are making a significant difference for the ducks through their philanthropic investment in the conservation of prairie grasslands and Canada's western boreal forest.

Renowned decoy carver joins DU's 75th anniversary celebration at Memphis headquarters

MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Feb. 2, 2012 - Ducks Unlimited will welcome renowned decoy carver Charles Jobes to its national headquarters in Memphis as part of the Wolf River chapter's annual sponsor dinner and 75th anniversary celebration on Friday, Feb. 10.

DU's 19th Annual Wolf River Sponsor Dinner welcomes Memphis luminaries, celebrates 75 years of conservation success

Special events are scheduled nationwide to mark Ducks Unlimited's 75th anniversary, and DU's hometown of Memphis, Tenn., is no exception. On Friday, Feb. 10, DU will welcome many of the city's most influential figures and local corporate sponsors to its 19th Annual Wolf River Sponsor Dinner at the organization's headquarters.

Become a Sponsor, Save an Acre

It's a tragic fact: Every 6 minutes, the United States loses nearly one acre of wetlands. Fortunately, there is good news. By becoming a Ducks Unlimited Sponsor today, you'll save one acre of wetlands in North America. It's no surprise that Sponsors are critical to the success of Ducks Unlimited's mission!

Become a DU Sponsor with Monthly Giving

The Ducks Unlimited recurring sponsor program is a convenient way to make a monthly gift and make a difference towards conserving North America's most threatened wetlands.

Become a DU Gold Sponsor

A contribution of $1,000 or more a year makes the contributor a Gold Sponsor. Your annual contribution at this level helps Ducks Unlimited conserve and protect wetlands, now and for the future.

Become a DU Silver Sponsor

A contribution of $500 - $999 a year makes the contributor a Silver Sponsor. Your annual contribution at this level helps Ducks Unlimited conserve and protect wetlands, now and for the future.

Become a DU Bronze Sponsor

A contribution of $250 - $499 a year makes the contributor a Bronze Sponsor. Your annual contribution at this level helps Ducks Unlimited conserve and protect wetlands, now and for the future.
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