Partnering with landowners is a true win-win. Our resources and programs help restore and protect Canada’s land and water, and can become an integral part of a landowner’s long-term management plan.

We offer specialized resources for different regions of Canada, based on conservation needs and landowner priorities. Learn about programs and information available for your area, or contact one of our provincial offices to speak with a conservation specialist directly.

Resources

2018 Saskatchewan Hay and Grazing Tenders

2018 Saskatchewan Hay and Grazing Tenders

Tenders close at 1:00 pm (CST) on July 11th, 2018 and are on a per parcel basis. Hay can be cut after July 15, 2018.

Alberta Hay/Graze Tender Program

Alberta Hay/Graze Tender Program

As a unique opportunity for Alberta producers, DUC makes land available for haying and/or grazing with annual tenders.

FlexFarm

FlexFarm

Improve the profitability and sustainability of your farm with Ducks Unlimited Canada’s newest program.

Quebec regional plans for wetland conservation

Quebec regional plans for wetland conservation

Currently available in French only

Wetlands Mapping

Wetlands Mapping

Interactive map systems detail Canadian wetlands inventory, wildlife data and more.

Revolving Land Conservation Program

Revolving Land Conservation Program

Bringing wildlife and working landscapes together in rural communities.

Wetland Restoration

Wetland Restoration

If wetlands have been drained or altered on your land, we can help you bring them back to life.

Conservation Easements

Conservation Easements

Legal tools to help you protect the habitat on your land

Forage Program

Forage Program

Helping with your purchases of Proven Seed forage varieties from CPS by underwriting a significant portion of your seed costs.

Winter Wheat Extension

Winter Wheat Extension

Building awareness and credibility of winter wheat as a highly productive crop option for western Canadian farmers.

Crop Cover Program

Crop Cover Program

Incentives for winter cover crops of grasses, legumes or grains.

Lake Simcoe Georgian Bay Wetland Collaborative

Lake Simcoe Georgian Bay Wetland Collaborative

Reducing nutrients flowing into Lake Simcoe and southeastern Georgian Bay through wetlands