Prince Edward Island
While World Wetlands Day is about global awareness of wetlands, Islanders need to become aware of local changes. If you own land that is near a body of water, you need to ask questions.
While there’s no way to stop what’s already started, there are some places on the Island where natural solutions can lessen the impact of higher tides and stronger waves at places like Fullerton’s Marsh.
In Canada’s smallest province, DUC restores a salt marsh to slow erosion caused by rising seas
Craig MacLaren named DUC’s volunteer of the year in P.E.I.
DUC brings life back to an iconic PEI wetland.
At the end of her nestcam broadcast, Lucy the black duck made sure to get her new brood to the restored wetland on the other side.
Watch Lucy, Charlottetown’s favourite black duck, live as she cares for her nest and prepares for her brood.
DUC's Volunteer Champions Award Program celebrates outstanding volunteers for National Volunteer Week.
Wetlands deliver ecological and financial dividends to dairy farmers in P.E.I.
After 200 years, conservation projects help native fish species make their way back into PEI waters
When Jonathan Platts was about 15 years old, his friends started taking him waterfowling at Wolfe Inlet, a large salt marsh near Glenwood, P.E.I. There, he found whole new world.
“My favourite memory as a DUC volunteer was going with my son’s grade four class to tour a local marsh as part of the Project Webfoot,” says Todd Macleod, P.E.I.’s nominee for DUC’s national Volunteer of the Year. “The entire class had a great time learning about wetlands. I…