What may seem like a few cows dawdling across a grassy landscape is, in fact, part of an increasingly high-profile conservation agenda.
Peatlands have a critical role in boreal ecosystems amid the growing threat of wildfires in northern Canada. Can research and knowledge-sharing help restore a sustainable future for this vital region?
It wasn’t just waterfowl flocking to Canada’s wetlands this fall—people did, too. Some went the extra mile to raise awareness and funds for our country’s threatened ecosystems.
New incentive program will complement DUC’s Marginal Areas Program on the Prairies.
Partners in conservation: Parliamentary Secretary Terry Duguid explains how the new Canada Water Agency seeks to shape the future of freshwater conservation in Canada.
Rules surrounding hunting and trapping on these multi-use DUC properties in Manitoba.
A decades-long partnership has given countless children environmental knowledge, leadership skills and a connection to nature built on respect and curiosity.
DUC employee Ken Gross credits a strong team, partnerships for his successful conservation career.
Cows and wildlife thrive thanks to farm family's love of nature and wild spaces that work with agriculture.
With help from DUC, Carol Chapman has conserved land near Baldur, Manitoba that her Icelandic family homesteaded in 1881.
Ed Russenholt was one of the first of three full-time DUC employees hired in 1938.
Like seeds in warming soil, Canadians are awakening to the broad decline in biodiversity across the country.
Students from Winnipeg's Fort Richmond Collegiate have captured a national award from DUC for their proposed solution to rising sea levels on Canada’s east coast.
Fort Richmond Collegiate students' solution to sea-level rise earns $500 for the school and students are named Youth Wetland Experts.
Manitoba farmers working with Ducks Unlimited Canada say winter wheat is their most profitable cereal crop.
Manitoba's Robyn Yates grew up with one of the country’s flagship conservation areas and an internationally important wetland right outside her backyard. It’s a place that would ultimately shape her lifelong commitment to conservation.
Farmers from Rossburn say a DUC conservation agreement helps achieve their land management goals and increases biodiversity.
Marking multiple milestones at an iconic wetland in Manitoba.
DUC researchers collaborate on landscape-level climate questions for wetlands
Three STEM roles that are diverse and meaningful
On World Wetlands Day, DUC is urging Manitoba farmers to personally take action to preserve natural habitat on their land.
Ducks Unlimited Canada applauds the Manitoba Government’s decision in designating Moswa Meadows and Fish Lake Fen as Provincially Significant Peatlands—the first of their kind in the province.
As another step in his long and successful 32-year career with Ducks Unlimited Canada, Brian is assuming this senior role that will oversee conservation operations in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, as well as the vast and important landscapes of Canada’s boreal region.
We've put together our top conservation wins this year