FISHERS, IN – American Hunting Lease Association is proud to support Delta Waterfowl, a conservation organization that focuses on duck production, habitat conservation, science-based research and the HunteR3 initiative. They work to produce ducks and secure the future of water fowling. Their focus on these key areas makes them a great partner. Their work has benefits for all wildlife and habitats, strengthening hunting for everyone.
“We are privileged to partner with Delta given the dedication and support of all waterfowl hunters. Our business also supports the tradition of hunting and private land access so our partnership works well together.” -JT Kreager, CEO of American Hunting Lease Association.
“Delta Waterfowl is proud to have American Hunting Lease Association as a Champion of Delta sponsor. Their commitment to ducks and duck hunters allow us to put more ducks over decoys.” -Brad Heidel, Director of Marketing for Ducks Unlimited.
About Delta Waterfowl: Delta Waterfowl is The Duck Hunters Organization, a leading conservation group founded at the famed Delta Marsh in Manitoba, with its U.S. Headquarters in Bismarck, North Dakota. They work to produce ducks through intensive management programs and conservation of breeding duck habitat. Delta conducts vital waterfowl research and promotes and protects the continuing tradition of waterfowl hunting in North America. Get involved with Delta Waterfowl
About American Hunting Lease Association: Created in 2010, the American Hunting Lease Association is committed to serving the hunting lease industry, by reaching and educating landowners and hunters to the many benefits of a properly executed hunting lease. We believe the hunter/landowner relationship is the key to preserving quality hunting habitat and ensuring hunters can access that property safely. Offering free resources such as free lease agreement templates and educational tools for leasing as well as the most affordable and extensive hunting liability insurance policies on the market makes the AHLA your hunting lease resource. For more information go to www.ahuntinglease.org
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