Nick Krete is restoring on-farm wetlands thanks to insurance industry support and private landowners' active participation.
What may seem like a few cows dawdling across a grassy landscape is, in fact, part of an increasingly high-profile conservation agenda.
It’s taken a quarter-century to map one-quarter of Canada’s boreal landscape. But advances in policy and technology will make every minute count.
Making dreams come true through collaboration and creativity.
Nature Force Partners are sowing the seeds of a sustainable future for British Columbian landscapes.
Recent restoration work at Cap Tourmente will ensure that these habitats would remain healthy and productive into the future.
John Pattison-Williams has made a career of connecting Alberta farmers to wetland conservation: right in his own backyard.
Partners in conservation: Parliamentary Secretary Terry Duguid explains how the new Canada Water Agency seeks to shape the future of freshwater conservation in Canada.
Could wetlands help generate more electricity for Ontario communities?
Sara Abate had the opportunity to conduct her field work and learn under the guidance of DUC's research scientists.
DUC and Raincoast Conservation Foundation are restoring natural infrastructure in the Fraser River Estuary
ATB's decade-long financial commitment leaves a legacy of conservation.
DUC employee Ken Gross credits a strong team, partnerships for his successful conservation career.
Cows and wildlife thrive thanks to farm family's love of nature and wild spaces that work with agriculture.
How conservationists are using technology to control the spread of an invasive plant species .
Boreal Wetland Centre near Grande Prairie is a space for learning and collaboration.
Seeding forage on saline areas in farmland can be more than a Band-Aid, it may also be a cure.
We asked 10 of our friends to help us envision the future for 10 facets of conservation in Canada.
An unlikely pairing is collaborating on a nature-based solution in Eastern Ontario
Members of Canada’s insurance industry are exploring the power of nature to reduce flood risks.
Ongoing investments in infrastructure upgrades are critical to maintaining Ontario’s wetlands.
Breaking new ground to set the stage for successful conservation.
A coastal wetland restoration near Fort Erie in Ontario