Delta Waterfowl Welcomes Two New Regional Directors to Bolster Support of Chapters in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas

Trent Scogin and Ben Haff

Trent Scogin and Ben Haff will perform responsibilities to aid volunteers in regard to fundraising events, recruitment, and furthering the organization’s mission.

The Duck Hunters Organization has recruited two new regional directors to boost chapter committees as the organization’s volunteer chapter system of Delta Waterfowl continues to grow. Their work will impact chapters in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas.

Born and raised in southeast Arkansas, Trent Scogin will work hand-in-hand with chapters throughout his home state. Having grown up hunting public lands with his dad, he was led to the organization by his unwavering passion for waterfowling, the impact of Delta’s pillar programs, and his desire to pass the hunter-conservationist mindset on to the next generations.

“Delta Waterfowl is a muddy, boots-on-the-ground, grassroots organization, and I believe the programmatic work being done in the prairie pothole region is incredibly important,” said Scogin. “Overall, I am most excited to work with likeminded volunteers and chapters that are as passionate about the resource as I am and grow the Delta footprint in the state of Arkansas.”

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Regional director for the states of Kansas and Oklahoma, Ben Haff of Wagoner, Oklahoma, began his journey with Delta Waterfowl as a research assistant, sparking a lifelong connection with waterfowl and waterfowl hunters. Haff graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Ecology and has worked in conservation for more than two decades.

“I am passionate about wildlife conservation and hunting heritage in general,” Haff said. “My specialty is all things waterfowl and waterfowl hunting. So, I am incredibly excited to support our team of dedicated volunteers as they work hard to help Delta Waterfowl achieve their goals. Together, we can enjoy, grow, protect, and pass on our favorite outdoor passion of waterfowl hunting.”

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Regional directors’ main responsibilities include supporting Delta’s volunteer chapters to increase fundraising and recruitment efforts and furthering the organization’s mission to produce ducks and secure the future of waterfowl hunting.

“I am extremely pleased about hiring Trent and Ben to join our talented events team,” said Bryan Leach, Delta’s director of events for the south region. “Each of them thoroughly impressed us throughout the entirety of the hiring process. They are both incredibly qualified for their positions, will help our volunteers grow these regions efficiently, and they have an immense and obvious passion for waterfowl and waterfowl conservation. They’re a perfect fit for our growing team, and I look forward to watching them both excel.”

For more information, contact Bryan Leach at —Christy Sweigart