At United Country Real Estate, we are committed to maintaining solid, professional and beneficial partnerships with organizations that support conservation and recreation. One long-standing partnership of United Country’s includes Ducks Unlimited – a national organization that conserves, restores and manages wetlands and associated habitats for North America’s waterfowl.
Ducks Unlimited (DU) delivers its work through a series of partnerships with individuals, landowners, agencies and other entities. Their mission and vision is wildlife conservation, which means trying to reverse the trend of wetlands and other habitats being destroyed and degraded. DU works on conservation through restoring grasslands, replanting forests, working with landowners/partners, acquiring land, conservation easements, management agreements and restoring watersheds.
United Country Real Estate affiliates can utilize the partnership with DU through many different avenues in order to better assist their clients. Those methods include:
- Referencing the partnership when working with recreational properties or vacant land that are home to waterfowl.
- Showing examples of our previous DU advertising and marketing materials.
- Requesting a special confidential of numerous buyer names in our database.
- Gaining education on conservation easement values, conservation potential and other wetlands real estate topics that buyers and sellers will value.
- Becoming a DU member or extend the current membership.
- Attending DU banquets in their region and meet leadership and other DU members to share experiences and increase their network.
- Inviting DU leadership to speak at United Country events.
- Working directly with DU on conservation easements or to purchase property.
For more information about Ducks Unlimited or to get involved, visit www.Ducks.org. United Country Real Estate is an innovator in lifestyle real estate marketing, including recreational properties, hunting properties, timberland and vacant land. If you are ready to buy or sell your land, or you have questions about conservation easements, contact a United Country Real Estate agent near you. Learn more at www.UnitedCountry.com.