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Facts with DU in SC

Postby SCoutdoorsman » Thu Dec 02, 2004 9:53 pm

FACT SHEET
SOUTH CAROLINA
(Based on numbers available 1/1/2004)
SPECIAL RECOGNITION
In 2003 among the fifty states, South Carolina ranked:
• 7th in percent net/net to gross for all events: 59%
• 9th in most new Life Sponsors: 16
MEMBERSHIP
2003 GRAND TOTAL: 14,004
• Members: 13,886
General Members: 12,022
Greenwings: 659
Legacy Greenwing Members: 0
Sponsor Members: 1,180
• Major Sponsors: 143
Diamond Legacy Sponsor: 0
Platinum Legacy Sponsor: 0
Gold Legacy Sponsor: 2
Legacy Sponsor: 1
Benefactor Roll of Honor: 2
Diamond Heritage Sponsor: 1
Heritage Sponsor: 6
Diamond Sponsor in Perpetuity: 0
Sponsor in Perpetuity: 14
Diamond Life Sponsor: 2
Life Sponsor: 115
Grand Slam Life Sponsor: 2
FEATHER SOCIETY MEMBERS: 184
Diamond: 1
Platinum: 1
Emerald: 0
Gold: 2
Silver: 180
U.S. CONSERVATION PROGRAMS
• Total acres conserved in flyway: 336,581
• Total acres conserved in this state: 103,061
• Total technical assistance acres in flyway: 254,780
• Total technical assistance acres in state: 89,880
• Amount spent to date on projects in flyway: $50,185,425
• Amount spent to date on projects in state: $3,898,974
• Primary waterfowl species that benefit from DU’s efforts
include: Wood Duck; Mallard; Gadwall; Green-Winged Teal;
Northern Pintail; Ring-Necked Duck; American Wigeon;
Canvasback; and Bufflehead
STATE FUND-RAISING EFFORTS
• Total grassroots dollars raised in 2003: $1,014,494
• Number of committees in 2003: 53
• Number of fund-raising events in 2003: 95
YOUR STATE GOVERNMENT’S CONTRIBUTION TO DU FOR
CANADIAN PROJECTS:
• Total contributions granted through 2003: $2,216,172.00
• Location of projects: Manitoba, New Brunswick, Ontario,
Nova Scotia
FEDERAL DUCK STAMP SALES:
• 23,376 Federal Duck Stamps were sold in state during the
2003 hunting season.
SOUTH CAROLINA STATE CHAIRMAN
Mario P. Insabella
66 Woodwind Drive, Spartanburg, SC 29302
B (864) 699-6309; F (864) 587-0730
scst.chair@charter.net
FOR INFORMATION ON DUCKS UNLIMITED EVENTS CONTACT:
Dan O’Neal, Senior Regional Director, W. S.C.
222 Beechwood Dr., Spartanburg, SC 29307; (864) 583-9736
doneal@ducks.org
Doug Saunders, Regional Director, E. S.C.
149 Genesee Valley Rd., Columbia, SC 29223; (803) 856-9908
dsaunders@ducks.org
Dave Dohner, DFRVR Region 11
9351 Ansley Lane, Brentwood, TN 37027; (615) 370-8260
ddohner@ducks.org
FOR INFORMATION ON BECOMING A MAJOR
DONOR CONTACT:
Brett Baker, Director of Development
108 Kapalua Run, Summerville, SC 29483; (843) 377-0667
bbaker@ducks.org
FOR INFORMATION ON DU’S GIFT PLANNING
PROGRAM CONTACT:
Jon Rich, Director of Gift Planning
(901) 758-3763; jrich@ducks.org
FOR INFORMATION ON DU’S CONSERVATION
PROGRAMS CONTACT:
Craig LeSchack, Director of Conservation Programs
(843) 745-9110; cleschack@ducks.org
(over)
LEADER IN WETLANDS CONSERVATION
SOUTH CAROLINA
KEY TO FEATURES
 DEMONSTRATION/TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROJECTS-Projects for which DU provides on-site
biological guidance or demonstrations to benefit waterfowl/wetlands management of an area.
 CONSERVATION PROJECTS-DU Conservation projects including wetland enhancements, grassland
restoration, private land easements, etc. that are not part of the MARSH program.
Everyone must believe in something and I believe I'll go hunting. When men bond something must die.
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Postby triplebeard » Sat Dec 04, 2004 3:42 am

Hey, SC- You post some pretty good info. You should put in for moderator. We need more guys like you pushing the cause. Keep up the good work! :thumbsup:
You gotta be tough if you're gonna be STUPID!
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Postby SCoutdoorsman » Sat Dec 04, 2004 3:52 am

I have requested the oppurtunity, im working on gettting alot more SC guys over here to talk with us as well. Most of SC guys are stuck on one or two sites but I think they can do better than where they are at. I appreciate the thankfullness. Either way I will keep the info coming. :thumbsup:
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