World Water Day

March 22, 2017

Wetlands are nature’s filtration system.

Around the world, wastewater from our homes, cities, industry and agriculture flows back to nature without being treated. It pollutes our environment.

Together, we need to find a solution to this problem. Luckily, there’s a tool at our disposal. Wetlands. These areas are nature’s filtration system. Ducks Unlimited Canada is proud to conserve and restore wetlands that help clean our wastewater. Discover how our work’s impacting your community, for the better.

Press Materials

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Everything flows downstream

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Research projects will show what's entering prairie watersheds, and the role of nature in protecting water quality

One way to deal with number two

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Constructed wetlands are a green, chemical-free option for cleaning water

From marshes and bogs to the big smoke

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How conservation helps cities like Toronto enjoy clean, healthy water.

Building with nature

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Green infrastructure solutions that put the power of wetlands to work

Small marsh with a big impact

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Quebec producer's restored wetland is making a big difference for the environment, his farm and his family

Where the water flows

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A community in the Northwest Territories looks to its ancestral teachings to guide the conservation path forward

Going natural

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Moncton heads in the "Right Direction" as it adopts guidelines that embrace natural infrastructure

Wetlands: a valuable farmhand

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Wetlands deliver ecological and financial dividends to dairy farmers in P.E.I.