How our work impacts conservation across Canada.
Where we’re working on the ground from coast to coast.
We need your help to protect our water, wildlife, and wetlands. Here’s how you can make an impact.
Stalking “energy powerballs” in Canada’s changing boreal zone
Research in the boreal forest helps us understand ducks and the predators they have to avoid.
Wetland mapping to support Indigenous-led conservation in northern B.C.
Indigenous-led conservation has been recognized as a vital part of Canada’s strategy to protect nature and achieve its biodiversity goals.
Lessons in conservation: Making wetland field trips a family affair
DUC volunteer Sean Hoegy is imparting important lessons in conservation within the hearts and minds of the next generation.
COP26 shines a spotlight on boreal peatlands
International community calls on DUC’s conservation expertise to explain why boreal wetlands are key to mitigating climate change.
Celebrating collaborative efforts in the boreal forest
DUC receives award from the Forest Products Association of Canada
Traditional Knowledge and Science Meet in 77 Million Acre Map Project
Together with the Treaty 8 Tribal Corporation and regional communities, we develop a comprehensive, 77-million-acre map of wetlands in the Akaitcho region of the Northwest Territories. This map is a critical source of ecological and cultural information to support the land-use planning process of the Akaitcho region. It also supports the Łutsël K’e Dene First Nation in their leadership to establish Thaidene Nëné IPCA.
Canadians want more conservation
New poll shows overwhelming support for protecting wildlife, habitat and the environment.