Partners in conservation: Parliamentary Secretary Terry Duguid explains how the new Canada Water Agency seeks to shape the future of freshwater conservation in Canada.
Bowling Green land purchase saves wetland, grassland and forest habitats.
This fund is an excellent first step toward a healthier, more connected, and more robust landscape across the province.
In wildland firefighting situations, even small water features can make a big difference.
Could wetlands help generate more electricity for Ontario communities?
Mitigation translocation has become increasingly more common in B.C. since the Sea to Sky project.
We're proud to announce that the Forest Management and Wetland Stewardship Initiative (FMWSI) has received the Canadian Institute of Forestry’s 2023 Canadian Forest Management Group Achievement Award
Sara Abate had the opportunity to conduct her field work and learn under the guidance of DUC's research scientists.
Marie-Paule Godin has joined the Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) team as the new Manager of Provincial Operations for Ontario.
DUC and Raincoast Conservation Foundation are restoring natural infrastructure in the Fraser River Estuary
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.
More confirmation and recognition for George C. Reifel's incredible impact on wetland conservation in B.C. and across North America.
ATB's decade-long financial commitment leaves a legacy of conservation.
The secrets of DUC's most successful annual fundraising event: the Toronto Dinner.
Calling Lakes champion Aura Lee MacPherson sees value in a decade of community connection.
DUC employee Ken Gross credits a strong team, partnerships for his successful conservation career.
The owners of Rustaret Farm in P.E.I. practise what they teach for the benefit of livestock, biodiversity and the environment.
MarshKeepers support on-the-ground conservation by visiting sites and recording their observations.
Research contributes to major win in Manitoba wetland conservation
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.
With a focus on environmental and cultural topics, this week-long camp is open to youth between the ages of 13 and 15 and aims to strengthen their connection to their culture, their people and their land.