Student Conservation Group Mixes Fair Means and Fowl

Posted from The Daily Star on 11/12/15 – “A SUNY Cobleskill club that’s the first of its kind in the region really has its ducks in a row, according to an organizer and several members.

The school’s chapter of Ducks Unlimited, which is the only collegiate chapter of the organization in New York, raises money for waterfowl conservation, increases awareness of wetlands preservation and provides a fun outlet for students interested in the environment, organizers said Thursday.…”

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