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Quebec’s Mario Bérubé nominated for Volunteer of the Year

Quebec’s Mario Bérubé nominated for Volunteer of the Year

“A good volunteer does the job consistently from year to year,” says Mario Bérubé, DUC’s Suzuki Volunteer of the Year nominee from Donnacona, Que. “Good volunteers must be involved in their committee, but they must also be involved in the outside community in order to promote the DUC cause.”…

New Brunswick’s Michelle Harvey-Larsen nominated for Volunteer of the Year

New Brunswick’s Michelle Harvey-Larsen nominated for Volunteer of the Year

“There is nothing just as beautiful as a flock of geese on a project on a calm evening,” says Michelle Harvey-Larsen, DUC’s New Brunswick Volunteer of the Year nominee from Harvey Albert County, N.B. I live conservation, says the volunteer, who currently sits on both the New Brunswick and…

Nova Scotia’s Katherine Hirtle nominated for Volunteer of the Year

Nova Scotia’s Katherine Hirtle nominated for Volunteer of the Year

“I absolutely eat, sleep and drink DUC,” says Katherine Hirtle, DUC’s Nova Scotia Volunteer of the Year nominee from New Germany, NS. “I love being part of my DUC community support system, whether by educating people about DUC or promoting the brand. I am very blessed and honored to…

Prince Edward Islands’ Todd Macleod nominated for Volunteer of the Year

Prince Edward Islands’ Todd Macleod nominated for Volunteer of the Year

“My favourite memory as a DUC volunteer was going with my son’s grade four class to tour a local marsh as part of the Project Webfoot,” says Todd Macleod, P.E.I.’s nominee for DUC’s national Volunteer of the Year. “The entire class had a great time learning about wetlands. I…

Jennifer Churchill-Bartlett and Brent Bartlett nominated for Volunteer of the Year

Jennifer Churchill-Bartlett and Brent Bartlett nominated for Volunteer of the Year

“It is a great accomplishment to be viewed in our community as ‘duck people’ and affiliated with such a great organization,” says Jennifer Churchill-Bartlett. Known by friends as the “head quacker”, Churchill-Bartlett and her husband, Brent Bartlett, are DUC’s Volunteer of the Year nominees from Deer Lake, N.L. The…

Canadian artists help paint a positive future for conservation

Canadian artists help paint a positive future for conservation

DUC's annual National Art Portfolio promotes artists while raising funds for wetland conservation.

Family traditions

Family traditions

The holiday season reminds us of what unites us as conservationists: values, traditions and memories.

Calton Swamp rejuvenation

Calton Swamp rejuvenation

Outdoor enthusiasts in Aylmer, Ont. celebrate wetland rejuvenation project

Honouring service and sacrifice this Remembrance Day

Honouring service and sacrifice this Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day Special: World War II veteran keeps wild places close to heart.