Re-establishing an ancient tradition connects community and conservation.
Tantramar Grasslands Co-operative partners with organizations like DUC to ensure a healthy future for the land, and everyone who uses it.
No longer limited by geography, DUC's education team is introducing students across the Atlantic provinces—and across Canada—to wetlands.
Watch and learn about the wood ducks and hooded mergansers using nest boxes installed by a DUC volunteer in New Brunswick—and see newly hatched ducklings!
For Vivian Kierstead, volunteering with DUC is a family affair. Vivian and her husband Bill began volunteering with the Kent County chapter 31 years ago, and have passed on their passion to their two daughters.
Celebrating biodiversity in the Saint John River floodplain with the Acadian Birder
What a University of New Brunswick student’s research could tell us about waterfowl and nest-box stewardship in the lower Saint John River floodplain.
DUC reverts decades-old freshwater marsh to saltwater to protect New Brunswick coastline from sea-level rise and provide habitat for endangered species.
Irving Oil contributes to groundbreaking research on Bay of Fundy salt-marsh restoration.
How committed is Chris Fader to supporting wetland conservation? Not even a hurricane can stop him. It’s this kind of steadfastness that made Fader a joint-recipient of Ducks Unlimited Canada’s (DUC) volunteer of the year award in New Brunswick—an honour he shares with John Johnston of Hanwell.
DUC volunteers are renowned for their devoted service and loyalty. New Brunswick’s John Johnston is the gold standard.