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W.W. Grainger , Inc.

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W.W. Grainger , Inc.

100 Grainger Parkway Street

Lake Forest, Illinois 60045

United States

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W.W. Grainger, Inc. (NYSE: GWW), with 2012 sales of $9 billion, is the leading broad line supplier of facilities maintenance products serving businesses and institutions in the United States, Canada, Mexico and China. Through a highly integrated network i ... more

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"The timing worked out that we were the first ones to have the date on the calendar," said State Council Chairman Don Aarstad. "It's (the banquet) kind of themed around the whole 75th anniversary."

The South Dakota Ducks Unlimited Banquet - formerly known as the state convention - runs from Friday (Jan. 27) through Sunday (Jan. 29) at the Watertown Event Center.
Aarstad said references to the anniversary will be made throughout the weekend with a buffet featuring foods from Canada, the United States and Mexico taking place Friday evening and merchandise commemorating the anniversary available all weekend. Around 200 people are expected to attend to help celebrate and recognize DU's roots.
"It's been true to the initial ideals of the folks who started DU in that it's all about the habitat," Aarstad said. "Putting acres in the ground for not only ducks, but hundreds of other species to benefit from and (the focus) primarily revolved around wetlands."
Aarstad was unsure of the exact date South Dakota's chapter of Ducks Unlimited was established, but estimated it began 15 to 20 years after the national group. Over the years DU has shifted some focus from the wetland habitats, said Aarstad.
"As the years have gone on it's (become) more of a science-based (habitat) development," he said. "It's not only the wetlands, but the grasslands and working with the landowners - farmers and ranchers - on property doing research projects."
DU has also expanded its reach across North America in the last 75 years, helping preserve nesting areas in the arctic regions of Canada to the wintering grounds in Mexico.
"When DU first started it was kind of a Canadian deal," Aarstad said. "It has truly evolved into a continental effort to where it encompasses the entire life-cycle of Waterfowl. As (DU) becomes aware of areas that need assistance, they're working on it."
It's the years DU has spent working to help wildlife and habitats that will be celebrated this weekend, Aarstad said.
"We're going to celebrate the fact that DU has been in existence for that length of time and doing what we can to fill the skies with waterfowl today, tomorrow and forever," he said.

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"Projects like this are exactly why it's great to be a Ducks Unlimited member in South Dakota," said Don Aarstad, DU's South Dakota volunteer state chairman.

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Don Aarstad encourages people to attend the 2010 South Dakota Ducks Unlimited 21st Annual State Con vention.

"It will give folks an opportunity to learn more about what Ducks Unlimited is doing as the world's largest wetlands and waterfowl conservation organization plus have a lot of fun at the same time," he said.
Aarstad, DU state chairman through January 2011, said the convention brings more than 200 guests to Watertown to support the local economy.
"It's not only the ducks that benefit from what we're doing," he said during last year's convention.
For more information, call Aarstad at 881-0253 or Pam Berg at 886-7403.

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