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The Newfoundland phrase “wait a fair wind and you’ll get one” takes on new meaning for a patient photographer like Brendan Kelly. See how in this photo essay featuring Kelly's stunning photos.
We celebrate DUC's 80th anniversary with a nod to our hardworking volunteers, including one of our original Keemen and this year's National Volunteer of the Year.
They are pretty, but destructive to wetlands and other natural areas. DUC is combating invasive species using some surprising methods like gardening tools, livestock and beetles.
Volunteers explain why they give their time for conservation.
Without wetlands, our supply of fresh water will be a whole lot different.
Beginning in 1939, Glen served as one of DUC’s original “Keeman” volunteers. As DUC celebrates its 80th anniversary, we’re honoured to share Glen’s story.
Fierce love of the land spurs on 25-year Saskatchewan volunteer.
Researchers find anti-aging benefits in Canada’s bio-rich ecosystems.
Honouring DUC's top volunteers across the country for National Volunteer Week (April 15 - 21).
B.C. Volunteer of the Year Denise Zanatta carries on family’s conservation traditions.
Alberta’s Volunteer of the Year Lois Rissling takes pride in supporting healthy habitat.
Saskatchewan Volunteer of the Year Tammy Plews holds wetland conservation close to heart.