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What’s Making News
DUC enhanced significant wetland habitat at a historically important wetland in the Holland Marsh region south of Lake Simcoe.
The future of Hillman Marsh is bright and noisy with birdsong
New habitat provides natural space in high-growth Ajax area
Upgrades to 20-year-old project at Thompson Creek wetland complex
Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC), one of the country’s largest and longest-standing conservation organizations, today announces that Larry Kaumeyer will become its chief executive officer this fall.
DUC joins forces with Government of Quebec and TC Energy to conserve wetlands with outstanding biodiversity on Sainte-Thérèse Island.
Fighting back against a destructive moth and other invasive species involves building ecosystem resilience.
Conservation projects are rapidly underway thanks to local working partnerships.
Canada’s cattle farmers and ranchers are once again being recognized for their commitment to sustainability through a new partnership between Walmart Canada and the Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (CRSB).
A tribute to North America's waterfowl by DUC CEO Karla Guyn.
James “Stocky” Edwards celebrates a century of service by raising funds for wetland conservation May 3, 2021 – Comox, B.C. – James Edwards, better known as “Stocky,” is always thinking about how to serve his country. The WWII veteran—and soon-to-be centenarian—has a sense of duty that’s engrained in his DNA. From flying over the beaches of Normandy in a fighter plane to fly fishing along the shores of a Comox Valley marsh, he’s keenly aware of the responsibility…
Whoever said “the grass is greener on the other side” must have been standing in Alberta or Manitoba. In 2020, Saskatchewan producers seeded a record-breaking 25,000 acres of grass through Ducks Unlimited Canada’s (DUC’s) Forage Program. Overall acres enrolled in the program were up roughly 75 per cent from the…