For some, volunteering for DUC is an opportunity to meet new people, forge new friendships and have fun while giving back to a great cause. For others, it makes them feel good to give of their time and talents and “pay it forward”. Whatever the motivation, DUC volunteers are giving something special back to their community by protecting local wildlife and habitat for future generations. Here are some of our volunteers’ reasons for conserving wetlands. What are yours?
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Volunteers explain why they give their time for conservation.
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