Randy Gofton is marrying agricultural practices with habitat restoration on his family farm.
An unlikely pairing is collaborating on a nature-based solution in Eastern Ontario
When it comes to protecting endangered species, DUC’s conservation teams believe “above and beyond” is the only way to go.
Supporting sustainable growth and development in the Greater Toronto Area
It took a community to conserve “precious and valuable” natural shoreline on Lake Ontario
A coastal wetland restoration near Fort Erie in Ontario
Control and monitoring disrupt the seed cycle in Eastern Lake Ontario and the Rideau River.
Racing to protect healthy wetland habitats for native plants and animals.
A large provincial investment is filling in habitat gaps with wetlands in rural, urban and small town watersheds.
Wetland habitat in Lower Duffins Creek supports watershed
Why do we talk about “natural infrastructure” in conservation today?
An ongoing biodiversity improvement project located on Saint-Bernard Island, it has become a haven for creatures great and small.
New research seeks to better understand the role of wetlands in restoring water quality
Volunteers pulled together to stop European water chestnut from taking hold in the Rideau Canal
Securing land keeps habitat tucked safely under our wing.
A Lake Ontario shoreline is protected for waterfowl, wildlife and the community.
Lake Erie’s long-threatened water quality gets fresh hope with collaborative wetland restoration project.
Conservation projects that are helping ducks and fish in the Kawartha Lakes watershed.
A partnership on the Thames River is part of a natural infrastructure awakening.
Program results in dramatic decline in invasive species.
Pilot program is gaining ground in the battle against an alien giant.
Ontario’s eight turtle species are at risk. The population in the province took a heavy blow in 2017, but these reptiles can find refuge in Ducks Unlimited Canada projects.
This spring, migrating ducks made way for incoming fish on DUC wetland sites along the St. Lawrence River. But the fish didn’t want to be there.