Women for wetlands
Calgary business leaders flock together to secure $100,000 for habitat conservation and education
New course to help Realtors® open doors for wetland conservation
Call them sloughs, bogs, marshes or ponds. If you’re a realtor in Alberta, you’ll be calling these wetlands a prime opportunity to increase revenue flow after taking a new course funded by the Alberta Real Estate Foundation (AREF). The new one-day course, Marketing Opportunities through Conservation Incentive Programs, is offered…
Janet Fairless honoured as DUC’s Volunteer of the Year for Alberta
DUC's Volunteer Champions Award Program celebrates outstanding volunteers for National Volunteer Week.
Welcoming back wildlife
Frank Lake Conservation Area is an amazing story of rejuvenation
Alberta Hay and Graze Tender Program
As a unique opportunity for Alberta producers, DUC makes land available for haying and/or grazing with annual tenders.
Building with nature
Green infrastructure solutions that put the power of wetlands to work
May the forage be with you and your herd: DUC/CPS forage program offers financial break for grassland conversions
On land not so far away, farmers across the Canadian prairies will see their herds going to the green side thanks to a forage program available now from Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) and Crop Production Services (CPS). Available to agricultural producers in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, the DUC/CPS forage program…
Students designing for students
Calgary college duo is creating a new interpretive experience for younger visitors at Bow Habitat Station
Wetland interpretive boardwalk opens in Peace Country
Alberta homestead welcomes people into the world of wetlands and art
Escape to the wild with the MarshKeeper Program
In retirement, an Albertan conservationist finds meaningful work in wetlands
Five-day event reaches more than 700 youth
Students from two Alberta school divisions learn the joy of critter dipping and the importance of wetlands
Insects on call
Researchers are studying how pollinators and other beneficial insects use wetland habitats
DUC chapters raise funds to support relief efforts
We got your back Fort Mac
Alberta Watershed Resiliency and Restoration Program
Government of Alberta invests in economic and environmental sustainability by supporting conservation and restoration with DUC.
Conservation Champion: Edmonton man named DUC Volunteer of the Year
Thirty six years and counting. That’s how long Chuck Moser has been volunteering with Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) to help conserve wetlands and other natural areas. His long service and unwavering passion have earned him the prestigious title of DUC’s National Volunteer of the Year. Moser was crowned by…
Sister act: the Roper project
Protecting Alberta wetlands through restoration and DUC's Revolving Land Program
Alberta’s Chuck Moser nominated for Volunteer of the Year
“In all my lifetime memories, enjoying the sights and sounds of the marshland on our farm on a warm summer evening is something I will never forget. That is a connection to nature that I hope all Canadians would be able to experience,” says Chuck Moser, DUC’s national Volunteer…
Forage program offers farmers a financial break
In 2016, the DUC/CPS forage program will offset the cost of Proven Seed forage varieties when producers convert cultivated land to hay or pastureland.
Wetland Discovery Days connect students with nature
Urban classes discover wetlands at Calgary's Bow Habitat Station
Revolving Land Conservation Program
Through this program, DUC purchases land, restores its wetlands and grasslands and then makes it available to buyers on the real estate market with a conservation easement on the title.
If wetlands have been drained or altered on your land, we can help you bring them back to life.
Legal tools to help you protect the habitat on your land
Winter Wheat Extension
Building awareness and credibility of winter wheat as a highly productive crop option for western Canadian farmers.