Jr. Duck Stamp Conservation Program
Conservation through the Arts
2016-2017 Junior Duck Stamp, featuring a pair of Ross's geese by Stacy Shen, 16, of Fremont, Calif.
The Federal Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program is a dynamic art- and science-based curriculum that teaches wetland and waterfowl conservation to students in kindergarten through high school. The program encourages students to explore their natural world, invites them to investigate biology and wildlife management principles and challenges them to express and share what they have learned with others.
The program began in 1989 as an extension of the Migratory Bird Conservation and Hunting Stamp, commonly known as theFederal Duck Stamp. The national Junior Duck Stamp art contest started in 1993 and the first stamp design was selected from the eight participating states. The program was recognized by Congress with the 1994 enactment of the Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program Act.
By 2000, the program included all 50 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. territories. The program encourages partnerships among federal and state government agencies, nongovernment organizations, businesses, and volunteers to help recognize and honor thousands of teachers and students throughout the United States for their participation in conservation-related activities.
2016 - 2017 Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program Fact Sheet
Alaska Jr. Duck Coordinator
1011 E. Tudor Road, MS 201
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Phone: (907) 786-3517
Last updated: January 2017