Yes local hatch and production is a major factor and a heavier lift than others even. Okay we solve Klamath basin water problems. How much? $1 million annually - wells and power. $1 million annually to improve habitat suitable for nesting and brood rearing and molt. Then have very few mallards left due to botch of this past summer and mallards don't migrate this far south. Going to take several years to rebound numbers. So drop limit to 2, 1 hen. After 10 years may see significant improvement in numbers. Balance of state. Incentivize farmers to leave crops in field longer, grow crops that have better brood survival, pay mosquito abatement costs. More late grains, harder for predators to find and destroy nests. Other suggestion is all this habitat work being done by CWA and DU needs to be brood work and have requirement it is flooded through June. To make meaningful increases in duck production will not be cheap and not sure there is enough capital to make it happen. Then it is figure out what is doable and fashion a budget from that end. Unless your definition a few bucks is few hundred, that won't make a dent. Minimum IMHO to start making a difference is $5 million.