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For the love of community

For the love of community

Nova Scotia’s Amy Smith is a jack of all trades—a veteran event volunteer who’s seasoned at everything from chairing a committee to designing programs and selling raffle tickets at fundraisers across her home province.

Biodiversity in Missaquash Marsh

Biodiversity in Missaquash Marsh

There’s no better place to celebrate biodiversity and World Wetlands Day 2020 than Atlantic Canada’s Missaquash Marsh.

DUC receives more than $1 million in funding through federal Coastal Restoration Fund

DUC receives more than $1 million in funding through federal Coastal Restoration Fund

Running a tight ship

Running a tight ship

Nova Scotia Volunteer of the Year Leo Leblanc leads original crew of DUC supporters.

Saltwater Solution

Saltwater Solution

How to protect a vulnerable coastline from rising seas.

Taking a Stand for Wetlands

Taking a Stand for Wetlands

Bill Barrow helps opens the door to new wetland restoration opportunities in Nova Scotia.

Barry Faulkner honoured as DUC’s Volunteer of the Year for Nova Scotia

Barry Faulkner honoured as DUC’s Volunteer of the Year for Nova Scotia

DUC's Volunteer Champions Award Program celebrates outstanding volunteers for National Volunteer Week.

Following in his grandfather’s footsteps

Following in his grandfather’s footsteps

Wallace volunteer Kurtlin Rushton learned a passion for waterfowl and conservation that is shaping his future

Parks and education

Parks and education

Teaming up to transform the Shubenacadie Wildlife Park into a premier destination for outdoor learning

Volunteers on campus at Acadia University

Volunteers on campus at Acadia University

Acadia student Stephanie White inspires other students to get outside and into wetlands

Home-builders for ducks

Home-builders for ducks

Father-son volunteer duo build more than 600 nest box kits this year alone

Common purpose

Common purpose

The common eider population is dropping in Maritime Canada and New England. Canadian and American biologists are working together to find out why.