SweetWater Donating $100K to Five Organizations (Ducks Unlimited)

imageFrom SweetWater:

SweetWater is donating $100,000 to five organizations who protect and preserve the places we love to spend time outdoors.  Find out more (including how you can help raise an additional $100K) here.  This week we're highlighting Ducks Unlimited, the world's largest nonprofit organization dedicated to conserving North America's continually disappearing waterfowl habitats.  Keep scrollin' to peep the SweetWater + DU co-branded merch...

Wetland loss continues at an alarming rate and the intricate link between waterfowl, wetlands and people is increasingly fragile. Fewer wetlands means fewer sunrises with wings on the horizon, fewer chances to share a first retrieve with a first pup, fewer memories afield with kindred spirits.

Rescue Our Wetlands is a seven-year continental campaign that aims to change the face of conservation in North America by securing $2.0 billion to invest in conservation.

Your support will help :

  • Protect and restore crucial but threatened production habitats across the continent
  • Protect and restore wintering and staging habitats to ensure healthy waterfowl return to the breeding grounds
  • Educate the public about the importance of wetlands and foster the next generation of conservationists
  • Contribute to a strong, stable future for DU’s mission and supporters.
Show Your Support with
Save Our Water Schwag Proceeds from co-branded merch benefit our partner organizations. 

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