Healthy habitat returned
The re-naturalization of Hodges Pond is an investment in the future of the Thames River watershed and beyond
Finding common ground
Blending science with traditional knowledge to map 77 million acres of wetlands, for the future for northern communities…and conservation.
Fishing for data at Delta Marsh
Rescue Our Wetlands contest winner gets caught up in the research with DUC’s science team
The new green scene
Harnessing wetlands as green infrastructure solutions to our water woes
Conserving a working landscape in Tantramar
Ducks Unlimited Canada works with local New Brunswick farmers to conserve wetlands, grassland and crop land.
Taking a Stand for Wetlands
Bill Barrow helps opens the door to new wetland restoration opportunities in Nova Scotia.
Working against time at Montmagny Marsh
Community bands together to give local landmark a new lease on life
A DUC technologist finds an inventive way to manage muskrat damage at an historic Saskatchewan marsh.
Wetlands, people and partnerships
The future is bright at Minesing Wetlands
Investing in wetlands
The Cowan Foundation helps fund important restoration work in Oxford County
A common voice
New coalition of somewhat unlikely partners is moving the dial forward on wetland conservation in Ontario
Wetland project will help B.C.’s salmon populations
Improvements in quality water and passageways will benefit fish this summer at the Quatse River estuary
Small marsh with a big impact
Quebec producer’s restored wetland is making a big difference for the environment, his farm and his family
Welcoming back wildlife
Frank Lake Conservation Area is an amazing story of rejuvenation
Wetlands: a valuable farmhand
Wetlands deliver ecological and financial dividends to dairy farmers in P.E.I.
One man's decision to transform a neglected property near London, Ont., into a thriving wetland.
Building with nature
Green infrastructure solutions that put the power of wetlands to work
Wetlands provide natural defence against natural disasters
Why we need wetland conservation to minimize the impacts of extreme weather.
Breaching a dike; saving a salt marsh
Protecting coastal communities from climate change, one wetland at a time
New detailed wetland mapping tools now available in Quebec
Accessible information improves conservation
Each spring, researcher Ryan Connon travels from suburban Ontario to a secluded region in N.W.T. to better understand how climate change will impact northern hydrology, including wetlands.
Students designing for students
Calgary college duo is creating a new interpretive experience for younger visitors at Bow Habitat Station
Lamb family commits to record-breaking conservation agreement in Saskatchewan
Hero for Hamilton Marsh
Local conservationist honoured with wetlands conservation award