Ducks Unlimited
Ducks Unlimited is the world leader in wetlands conservation. DU provides wetlands conservation guidance, technical assistance, land protection through conservation easement, engineering and construction expertise, wetland mitigation services on public and private lands. DU is often the lead in development of large partnerships through programs like NAWCA and NFWF. DU staff members are experienced grant writers who can help with production and grant administration. DU advocates for conservation at local, state and federal levels on issues impacting wetlands and waterfowl conservation.

Contact Ducks Unlimited

Dale James
Manager of Conservaiton Planning and Land Protection Coordinator
193 Business Park Drive
Suite E
Ridgeland, Mississippi  39157
Phone: 601-956-1936


Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Mississippi

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