85 Years of Conservation
Roger d’Eschambault is canoeing for conservation
This fall, Roger is embarking on a personal quest to canoe the wetlands and waterways of Manitoba where DUC began.
Bringing estuary habitats back to life, one partnership at a time
DUC and Raincoast Conservation Foundation are restoring natural infrastructure in the Fraser River Estuary
Taking wetland education to heart in Manitoba
A decades-long partnership has given countless children environmental knowledge, leadership skills and a connection to nature built on respect and curiosity.
George C. Reifel: a legacy of conservation
More confirmation and recognition for George C. Reifel's incredible impact on wetland conservation in B.C. and across North America.
Investing in a beautiful and sustainable future for Alberta
ATB's decade-long financial commitment leaves a legacy of conservation.
Guts, grit and friends in high places
The secrets of DUC's most successful annual fundraising event: the Toronto Dinner.
Seeding potential in Manitoba’s agriculture and wetlands
DUC employee Ken Gross credits a strong team, partnerships for his successful conservation career.
From teaching to farming – one couple’s journey toward sustainable agriculture
The owners of Rustaret Farm in P.E.I. practise what they teach for the benefit of livestock, biodiversity and the environment.
Manitoba dairy farm works with nature
Cows and wildlife thrive thanks to farm family's love of nature and wild spaces that work with agriculture.
Carving out a career on the Rock
A member of the small but mighty Ducks Unlimited Canada team in Newfoundland, Danielle Fequet likes to refer to herself as a conservation generalist.
A career in science and conservation
Jim Devries is a recognized leader in North American wetland and waterfowl science based on his long career in conservation with DUC.
One ranch family’s mission to protect and conserve grasslands
First-generation holistic ranchers Terri and Brad Mappin had a vision 25 years ago when they purchased their ranch.
Honouring a public relations pioneer
Ed Russenholt was one of the first of three full-time DUC employees hired in 1938.
The future is here
We asked 10 of our friends to help us envision the future for 10 facets of conservation in Canada.
Atocas Bay: A gift of nature that’s for the birds and more
The Atocas Bay project highlights the benefits of restored wetlands and how agricultural stewardship can sustain both farming and wildlife.
Partners in conservation: protecting Alberta’s remaining grassland habitat
Learn about the importance of the Alberta's native grasslands that support wildlife and bird species, including the northern pintail.
Improving water quality and biodiversity on farms
Wetland restoration creates a powerful ripple effect that generates real environmental gains for communities throughout the country.
Proud to be a part of protecting and restoring natural habitats for future generations
Katie Scott combines her passion for conservation with a background in biology and education.
The “Ducks Dinner”: Where tradition lives on
Fifty years ago, a group of volunteers dished up an idea to raise funds for conservation in Canada. It’s been a staple of communities across the country ever since.
If the land’s not good, we’re not good
For those like the Hicks family who are making a living off the land, caring for the health, biodiversity and productivity of the environment just makes sense.
Celebrating the cream of the crop
As DUC enters its 85th year, we are celebrating Canadian farmers and ranchers and their dedication to conserving natural landscapes.
Rising from the ashes: Waterhen Marsh
Community has rallied around DUC restored wetland for 85 years, and counting.
Born to be a “bird brain”
McLachlin’s high-school friends declared that he would be a “bird brain” all his life. And they were right.
A prairie gem: Oak Hammock Marsh, Manitoba
Marking multiple milestones at an iconic wetland in Manitoba.