Ducks Unlimited Create an Accountlast updated: July 2014Contact Ducks Unlimited Create an Account to make additions or corrections to your profile.1 Introductory article was found for Ducks Unlimited Texas C.A.R.E.Related Success Stories for Ducks UnlimitedACE Basin ProjectThe ACE Basin Project is widely recognized as one of the most successful public/private partnerships in ecosystem based conservation.Buffalo Creek Riparian Buffer RestorationAgencies, universities, non-profits, and foundations offered cost share and technical assistance for riparian and instream habitat restoration.Chesapeake Bay Watershed Conservation Regional partnership works with farmers to improve agricultural practices and improve water quality within the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.Confluence of the Yellowstone and Missouri RiversConservation organizations and landowners partnered to acquire 1,465 acres bordering the confluence of the Missouri and Yellowstone Rivers, located in McKenzie County, northwestern
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