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Hunter’s Step In To Aid In Gulf Oil Clean Up

Images of the BP oil spill in the Gulf Coast and sick, injured animals are shocking and heartbreaking, but outdoorsmen are stepping in to help. For years hunting and conservation have gone hand in hand and right now hunting and fishing organizations are taking action. One group in particular is Ducks Unlimited. This group of sportsmen and wetland conservationists was recently awarded a $2.5 million dollar grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. With this grant, Ducks Unlimited will work to restore wetlands near the Gulf Coast marshes in order to provide alternative habitats for birds set to migrate to the oil stricken area. The men and women of Ducks Unlimited remind us of the importance of protecting the lands and waters we so enjoy and hopefully inspire you to consider what you can do to help.

Too read more about what Duck’s Unlimited is doing to help clean up this national disaster click here.

 

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BP Oil Spill Clean Up Soulution!

One companies solution to cleaning up the BP Oil spill along the U.S. coast offers a bit of hope.

Now considered the largest offshore oil spill in U.S. history the Deepwater Horizon, or Gulf oil spill, was a result of the April 20th 2010 Deepwater Horizon drilling rig explosion that left 11 dead and 17 others injured. The spill is estimated to be pumping 1-2 million gallons of crude oil into the gulf waters daily, resulting in a major environmental disaster that is effecting marine and wildlife habitats by the minute. As crews work to protect hundreds of miles of beaches the light at the end of the tunnel to this monstrous disaster seems hopeless.

We are optimistic that by posting this video and getting the word out about this company, Monterey Mills, and the solution they offer, that we could very well provide closure to this great catastrophe.

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