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DU celebrates 85 years of conservation

Saturday, Jan. 29, marks Ducks Unlimited’s, the world’s largest wetlands and waterfowl conservation organization, 85th anniversary. In 2022, DU and more than a million of its supporters are celebrating the conservation of over 15 million acres [...]

February 2, 2022 // 0 Comments

Bonderson tribute plaque unveiled

In early November, a plaque paying tribute to DU Past President and current Board Member Paul Bonderson Jr. and his contributions to Ducks Unlimited was unveiled at DU’s Western Regional Office in Rancho Cordova, California. “Paul’s plaque [...]

November 16, 2021 // 0 Comments

Doug Federighi Tribute

On May 20 in Los Banos, California, Ducks Unlimited recognized longtime member and Senior Vice President of Conservation Programs, Doug Federighi, at the Grassland Water District Office for his dedication to the conservation of California’s [...]

May 26, 2017 // 616 Comments

Help DU Protect and Restore The Bay

The San Francisco Bay Area is headed towards a pivotal vote in the upcoming June 7 election that will play an important role in the future of the Bay. If passed by 2/3 of the total Bay Area voters, Measure AA will restore wetlands throughout SF Bay [...]

April 27, 2016 // 769 Comments

Western Region chapters among top fundraisers in country

Ducks Unlimited recently announced the top volunteer chapters across the nation honored in four categories: Chairman’s Elite, Chairman’s Roll of Honor, President’s Elite and President’s Roll of Honor. The Chairman’s [...]

April 8, 2016 // 700 Comments

DUTV Spotlights the Central Valley

DUTV headed west to California just prior to Christmas, joining long-time DU supporter Dennis Campini and his son, Logan, for a great exposure to the Grasslands in the northern San Joaquin Valley. Dennis is the president of the Grassland Resource [...]

March 3, 2016 // 752 Comments

DU Member Achieves Great Heights (Literally)

On December 7th, 2015, Seattle Ducks Unlimited Chapter member Garrett Madison summited Mt. Vinson, the tallest mountain in Antarctica. In three weeks a team of five climbers traversed the earth’s southernmost continent, scaled polar glaciers [...]

December 18, 2015 // 1 Comment