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The award, sponsored by Budweiser and the National Fish & Wildlife Foundation, recognizes those who have made major contributions in the area of wildlife conservation.
Dunklin received a ,000 grant for winning the award and immediately plowed it back into Bayou Meto WMA improvements.
We want lots of diversity.” During his seven years on the Game & Fish Commission, Dunklin steered funds to the Bayou Meto WMA for needed improvements.
He calls it the “crown jewel of all commission properties.” One management improvement on the WMA has been a mulching project designed to make land more attractive for migrating waterfowl.
The United States has lost more than half of its original wetlands and continues to lose an average of 80,000 wetland acres annually.
When soybean prices soared in the 1970s, thousands of acres of wetlands in east Arkansas were drained for row-crop agriculture. Dunklin has planted thousands of hardwood trees on his farm through the years.
Since its founding, DU has helped conserve 6.3 million acres in Canada, 4.5 million acres in the United States and 1.8 million acres in Mexico.On June 30, Dunklin’s seven-year term on the Game & Fish Commission ended.He was the chairman during his final year and a leading proponent for finding new ways to attract migrating ducks to Arkansas.It’s also among the largest state-owned wildlife conservation areas in America.Almost 13,000 acres of the WMA are flooded each fall to attract ducks.Millions of dollars also were spent improving drainage systems.Dunklin didn’t set out to be a farmer and a nationally recognized conservationist.In the current issue of magazine, there’s a cover story on Dunklin that I had the honor of writing.In January 2009, Dunklin was named the Budweiser Conservationist of the Year.Bayou Meto is surrounded by exclusive private duck clubs.One of those is George Dunklin Jr.’s Five Oaks, which attracts hunters from across the country and will be filled this weekend.