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ALBERTA. DYNAMIC. RESILIENT.

Albertans have a strong connection to the land

From native prairie grasslands, to the aspen parkland to the boreal forest, our landscape and environment supports our way of life, our well-being, and our economic prosperity.

How we take care of it now will determine our prosperity and sustainability later. That’s why we are committed to conserving Alberta’s wetlands and grasslands. By working together with landowners, communities, government and partners, we have a better and brighter future ahead – one that is rich in natural assets, resources and biodiversity.

At the kitchen table, farm gate or in the field, DUC’s conservation staff work with farmers and landowners everyday to find the right programs that align with their conservation and business goals.
At the kitchen table, farm gate or in the field, DUC’s conservation staff work with farmers and landowners everyday to find the right programs that align with their conservation and business goals.

Alberta by the numbers

We share a common vision to conserve our most valuable natural assets because once they are lost, so too, is our way of life.

2400 HABITAT PROJECTS

That connect with nature and support local economies

4512 LANDOWNER PARTNERS

Balancing conservation goals with those of landowners

2.3 million ACRES CONSERVED SINCE 1938

Conserving valuable natural resources for our future


The Latest Stories from Alberta

Beer and conservation come together for Alberta farming family

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? Read Now

Voices unite to protect Alberta’s grasslands

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. Read Now

Plans to re-open Frank Lake, Clifford E. Lee to public underway

Plans to re-open Frank Lake, Clifford E. Lee to public underway

Planning is currently underway to re-open popular DUC conservation project areas in Alberta that typically attract a high number of visitors. Read Now

Conservation programs in Alberta needed now more than ever

Conservation programs in Alberta needed now more than ever

There will be more wetlands and habitat acres restored in Alberta as Ducks Unlimited Canada continues to deliver its conservation programs with landowners this spring. Read Now

Advancing Conservation Together