The 2024 NCDU Volunteer Celebration Event has been set for August 24th in Raleigh. Save the date and make your hotel reservations now! Visit our Volunteer Celebration Event page for more information.
News & Events
Emma Cornelison of Salisbury, North Carolina and member of East Rowan High School Varsity Chapter, is the 2023 Susie Konkel Ducks Unlimited (DU) National Scholarship winner. See the announcement here. Congratulations, Emma!
Ducks Unlimited – North Carolina has an opening for a part-time temporary Calendar Raffle Coordinator. The Calendar Raffle Coordinator duties and responsibilities encompass the management of facets of the North Carolina Ducks Unlimited Calendar Raffle: Responsibilities: Qualifications: Experience and Education: Volunteer experience with Ducks Unlimited or similar organizations will benefit candidates. Communication Skills: This position
The 2023 NCDU Calendar Raffle – 260 Prize Giveaway – is Back by Popular Demand! You can purchase online , or in person through any of our local participating DU Chapters. They are going fast! For rules and past winners, go to our Calendar Page.
NCDU Family – Coming off a very exciting and fun National Convention as well as the end of my term as State Chairman, I wanted to share some fantastic results and awards with all of you – the volunteers, supporters, family and friends that make it happen. In his closing remarks, our CEO, Adam Putnam,
Save the Date! Start planning your trip and join our North Carolina Ducks Unlimited family on August 27th, 2022, as we celebrate NC Ducks Unlimited’s past and continue to plan for our future at our Volunteer Celebration Event in Raleigh, North Carolina at the Marriott City Center. Visit our Volunteer Celebration Event page for more information.
NCWRC hosted a luncheon to celebrate the Tuckertown Partnership (Alcoa Lands Acquisition) and those involved including two members of our DU team. Congratulations to Emily Purcell and Will Johnson for being recognized in the Ducks Unlimited conservation efforts to acquire future duck habitat. This project will help to ensure there is land dedicated to protecting
DU Family and Friends: Happy New Year!! It’s hard to believe 2022 is here and duck season has come to a close. I hope and trust each of you took advantage of the holiday season to spend valuable time with your families and friends and were able to get out an enjoy the fruits of