New coalition of somewhat unlikely partners is moving the dial forward on wetland conservation in Ontario
Did you know more Canadians fish than those who play golf and hockey combined? That’s 25% of Canada’s population who enjoy recreational fishing. And why not? It’s an activity that anglers of all ages can participate in. But it’s also an activity that becomes extra special when family and friends…
St. Thomas volunteer brings a lifetime of experience to DUC’s Industry and Government Relations team
How conservation helps cities like Toronto enjoy clean, healthy water.
One man's decision to transform a neglected property near London, Ont., into a thriving wetland.
Perseverance, passion and partnerships pay-off at prized Ontario wetland.
Mentored hunt program focuses on skills, respect and understanding
Ontario's Patti Ronald is leading her community to conservation with nest boxes, wetland programs and volunteerism
Free, family friendly Duck Day event nurtures love of the outdoors.
Find out how this husband-and-wife hunting duo found the opportunity to make a living doing what they love, and the means to give back
Hands-on learning in Toronto’s natural oasis connects urban students with wetlands and environmental stewardship
Volunteers learn about vegetation and wildlife during the drawdown of Oshawa Second Marsh
Drained marsh sets the stage for a dramatic reveal.
DUC’s 2016 MBNA-sponsored Artist of the Year selected for his painting, Shoreline Retreat.
It's been less than two years since DUC restored four wetlands on Ottawa's Carp River - and the ponds are already attracting return visitors.
DUC needs your help to spot the invasive plant
An extra special wetland field trip for a nine-year-old boy and his grandparents
Oshawa community will have a front row seat as Mother Nature gets a helping hand
By informing decision-makers, Jim Brennan helps safeguard wetlands.
Conservation projects provide TLC near the prettiest town in Canada
Positive policy action for wetlands in Ontario’s most populous region
A Verona-area landowner is inspired by wetlands to give back to nature and conservation.
“In order to walk in the door and become a volunteer you have to have an interest in the cause, but a good volunteer requires dedication and commitment,” says Kerry Coleman, Ontario’s nominee for DUC’s national Volunteer of the Year. “Sometimes people volunteer but they don’t follow up on…
DUC's annual National Art Portfolio promotes artists while raising funds for wetland conservation.