DUC names Traci Blacksmith a Wetland Hero. For the past year, Blacksmith has been doing clean-ups along the Ottawa River and the wetland Mud Lake.
Introducing young people to careers in conservation and encouraging them to pursue their passions related to the natural world are critical to the future.
Mitch Weegman is named the DUC Endowed Chair in Wetland and Waterfowl Conservation at USask. The Endowed Chair is the first of its kind in Canada.
DUC is proud to recognize the Grade 6 class from Chilliwack Middle School as their newest Wetland Heroes. The class cleaned up Hope Slough, a local wetland overrun with litter.
No longer limited by geography, DUC's education team is introducing students across the Atlantic provinces—and across Canada—to wetlands.
Proposed solution to sea-level rise in Atlantic Canada helps team clinch top honours.
Duo help develop wildly successful nature guides for their hometown.
Lucy Harrison's volunteer work at Hilliardton Marsh in Ontario and her advocacy for the natural world has earned her reognition as a DUC Wetland Hero.
Wetland Hero Sadie is inspired to raise money for wetland conservation
Wetlands don’t just nurture ducks. They foster young minds, too. Here’s how we’re helping up-and-coming conservationists earn their wings … and fly.
A shared journey led Parker to learn about wetlands in a pandemic summer