As part of the partnership, any Delta Waterfowl member who purchases a log home or cabin, the company will give back one percent of that sale to help fund Delta Waterfowl’s conservation programming. The partnership will also include a sportsman’s sweepstakes in 2010 in which a Delta Waterfowl member will have an opportunity to win an Original Log Cabin Home.
According to Brumfield, the company's buffalo farm, located in Nashville, NC is recognized by the National Wildlife Federation as an official Certified Wildlife Habitat site that routinely attracts birds, butterflies, deer, fox, numerous bird species and other wild critters. In short, the site provides a great home for wildlife.
In that tradition, the employees of Log Cabin Homes with joint efforts of the local North Carolina Delta Waterfowl chapter will help make two lakes on the company's property (commonly called Twin Lakes) more attractive to waterfowl, by erecting wood duck boxes and mallard hen houses, designed by Delta Waterfowl. These largely predator-proof artificial nesting structures have had great success attracting ducks, while also helping to increase the local breeding population.
“We’re hoping to create a better habitat for ducks,” said Brumfield. “That’s our goal.”
Original Log Cabin Homes also has a long history of working with the Boys and Girls Scouts and other groups like the Make-A-Wish Foundation that grant wishes for children with life-threatening illnesses, said Brumfield.
“We are very excited about our new partnership,” said Delta Senior Vice President John Devney. “Original Log Cabin Homes has a long history of environmental stewardship, and that will continue with our collaboration.”
For more information about Delta Waterfowl, see www.deltawaterfowl.org.
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Delta Waterfowl, headquartered in Bismarck, North Dakota, is committed to strengthening North America’s waterfowl hunting culture through its mentored hunting program and public-policy and advocacy work. All of these efforts are done with a single guiding vision—to secure the future of waterfowl and waterfowl hunting across North America. Since its inception in 1911, Delta Waterfowl has over 46,000 members and chapters in 41 states and 7 provinces. Delta Waterfowl strives to preserve and promote hunting as an integral part of waterfowl management. For more information on the Delta Waterfowl visit their website at www.deltawaterfowl.org.
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