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Our Wetlands Need Your Support
Ducks Unlimited needs your help! The North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) conserves North America's waterfowl, fish and wildlife resources while producing a variety of environmental and economic benefits. Its success is driven by partnerships involving federal, state and local governments; nonprofit organizations like DU and community groups. Every federal dollar provided by NAWCA must be matched by at least one dollar from non-federal sources. Because the program is so effective, NAWCA funds are usually doubled or tripled at the local level. More than $1 billion in federal grants has been allocated for NAWCA projects – a figure that has leveraged more than $4 billion in contributions from partners.

Currently, Congressional “dear colleague” letters are being circulated in both the House of Representatives and the Senate. We ask that you contact your Representative and Senators and urge them to support NAWCA funding by signing on to these letters and including NAWCA in their appropriations requests for FY2020.

NAWCA is a highly competitive, grant-based conservation program and has conserved more than 29.8 million acres since 1989. In FY2019, the program was appropriated at $42 million by Congress. Funding for this program is important and that’s why we ask that you contact your elected officials to ask for their continued support of NAWCA funding, so that we can continue to cultivate success for wetlands conservation on the ground.
For more information on the NAWCA program visit ducks.org to access state and national fact sheets.

You can contact you legislators by filling out the short form on your right.
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