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Ducks Unlimited

Representatives from Phillips 66 accept the Ducks Unlimited Conservation Stewardship Award at the Houston Legacy Gala in recognition of their commitment to conservation through DU.


Ducks Unlimited was proud to recognize Phillips 66 with the Conservation Stewardship Award at the DU Houston Legacy Gala. With more than $4.3 million supporting 33 projects in 11 states, Phillips 66 has demonstrated its commitment to conservation through DU and impacted more than 35,000 acres.

“We recognize the importance of healthy ecosystems and partner with organizations like Ducks Unlimited to help gradually improve them in the communities where we live and work,” said Maria Dunn, Phillips 66 general manager of environmental, sustainability, and governance.

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Most recently, Phillips 66 supported a Cameron Prairie National Wildlife Refuge project near Lake Charles, Louisiana, to repair, replace, and enhance management infrastructure. This work will enable better habitat management on 1,230 acres of the refuge and help improve habitat for waterfowl and other waterbirds.

“Partnerships like this one are vital for DU’s continental impact. Given our ability to leverage philanthropic investments from partners like Phillips 66 with other investments and public grants, it is no stretch to say their conservation impact has been significantly higher than the $4.3 million they have donated—at least $20 million,” said DU Director of Foundation Relations Andi Cooper. “In Texas alone, Phillips 66 has supported 14 different projects, helping us enhance some of the Lone Star State’s best public lands for waterfowl while providing critical coastal resilience, clean water, and other benefits to its citizens."