Guts, grit and friends in high places
The secrets of DUC's most successful annual fundraising event: the Toronto Dinner.
Land homesteaded in 1881 conserved by Ducks Unlimited Canada
With help from DUC, Carol Chapman has conserved land near Baldur, Manitoba that her Icelandic family homesteaded in 1881.
A bittersweet legacy for Adam Herold
A grassland oasis honours a lost son following the Humboldt Broncos tragedy
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.
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.
Protecting our connection to the land
Conservation easements offer means of preserving Saskatchewan heritage.
Canadian farms produce more than food
The land used to grow and raise our food also stores carbon, provides biodiversity habitat, filters our water and helps mitigate the impacts of climate change like flooding and drought.
DUC grazing clubs coordinator honoured for sustainable farming initiatives
Mike Thiele named to "Wall of Fame" by Manitoba Forage and Grassland Association
Conservation agreement satisfies Manitoba farm family in many ways
Financial compensation and conserving natural areas compelled Dale and Linda O'Greysik to sign a conservation agreement with DUC.
Saskatchewan ranch family sustainably manages grass for today – and for tomorrow
Saskatchewan ranch families are known for putting conservation first on the Canadian Prairies, but some go that extra mile to make sustainable practices the cornerstone of their operation.
Connecting Cowessess and Lake Winnipeg: Good stewards make great neighbours
Cowessess First Nation and DUC are partnering on a wetland restoration project to reduce the nutrient loading that’s making Lake Winnipeg sick.
A unique land donation: The Arnold project
DUC works with private landowner to restore and conserve critical ecosystems on their donation of land in Alberta.
DUC delivers 40 conservation projects in Manitoba in 2021
DUC built 40 conservation projects in Manitoba in 2021, helping mitigate climate change and aid farmers hit by drought.
Ducks love to nest in winter wheat
After almost 30 years of championing and working with farmers in Western Canada to sustainably grow winter wheat, DUC and its partners are launching a new ecolabel program called Habitat-Friendly Winter Wheat
Manitoba landowner signs record conservation deal with DUC
Cattleman Sean Murphy is restoring 63 acres of wildlife habitat on his farm near Souris, Manitoba, in the biggest conservation agreement of its kind with Ducks Unlimited Canada.
DUC names 160 acres for long-serving Manitoba conservationist
DUC has dedicated 160 acres of marsh and prairie grasses to conservationist Glenn Babee, who helped restore the land south of Riding Mountain National Park in the 1990s.
Building Nature: Habitat Restoration and Compensation
A science-based approach to establishing ecosystems.
Agriculture and conservation: food for thought
“Farm to table” products can be sustainable, when they come with a healthy side of conservation.
Where cattle and ducks find a home on the range
The Hanceville Cattle Co. and DUC take the road less travelled in their commitment to conservation and agriculture in the Chilcotin.
Beer and conservation come together for Alberta farming family
When it comes to agriculture in Alberta, there are obvious linkages to the food we eat and the land where its produced. But have you ever thought about a connection between wetlands and beer?
Voices unite to protect Alberta’s grasslands
Alberta’s grasslands appear to be a healthy, extensive and uninspiring monoculture. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Maidstone, Sask. students earn Wetland Hero designation
High school students recognized after movie night fundraiser raises donations and awareness for conservation in the community
Fueling conservation through sustainable development
Pembina Pipeline Corporation makes a large conservation investment in Canada’s Prairies, helping to preserve important wetland and grassland habitat.