Delta Waterfowl’s New Development Director to Focus on Growth in Texas

BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA — Delta Waterfowl has hired Martha Justice Moore as development director for North Texas, a key waterfowl state where The Duck Hunters Organization continues to grow strong support for its conservation programs.

Justice Moore will focus on major gift procurement, particularly in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. She is a life-long hunter and conservationist who grew up around cattle and hunting on her grandfather’s ranch. Justice Moore is a life member with leadership responsibilities in the Dallas Safari Club, currently serving as DSC Conservation Society liaison to the board. In addition, she’s been a consultant and project manager for several conservation groups in Texas.

“I love the conservation and hunting culture at Delta, and that the organization is founded on science and research,” Justice Moore said. “I want to build the Dallas-Fort Worth market, get people engaged and develop an even stronger community around Delta’s programs for ducks and duck hunters.”

Dr. Scott Petrie, chief executive officer, points to Justice Moore as an important addition to Delta’s growing development team.

“As a known leader in conservation across the DFW metro area, Justice Moore brings 20 years of professional experience in development and project management,” Petrie said. “Her skill and knowledge in development, combined with an intimate and working knowledge of key stakeholders in North Texas, are sure to elevate Delta Waterfowl, both in Texas and across North America.”

An avid bird hunter and outdoorswoman, Justice Moore lives in Dallas with her two sons.

To discuss donation options or planned giving, please contact Justice Moore at (214) 394-3527 or

Delta Waterfowl Foundation is The Duck Hunters Organization, a leading conservation group working to produce ducks and ensure the tradition of duck hunting in North America.