How our work impacts conservation across Canada.
Where we’re working on the ground from coast to coast.
We need your help to protect our water, wildlife, and wetlands. Here’s how you can make an impact.
Life after Bill 5
Focusing on bringing wetland conservation policy back to the table in Manitoba.
DUC chapters raise funds to support relief efforts
We got your back Fort Mac
Cattle farmers protect land in Allan Hills
Lamb family commits to record breaking conservation agreement in Saskatchewan
Second Marsh makeover
Oshawa community will have a front row seat as Mother Nature gets a helping hand
Alberta Watershed Resiliency and Restoration Program
Government of Alberta invests in economic and environmental sustainability by supporting conservation and restoration with DUC.
DUC’s lead policy influencer talks about work as a lobbyist
By informing decision-makers, Jim Brennan helps safeguard wetlands.
Delta: A Prairie Marsh and its People
Authors Glen Suggett, Gordon Goldsborough and members of the Delta Marsh History Group share rich history and fascinating tales about the Manitoba marsh.
Helping habitat on Amherst Island
Conservation projects provide TLC near the prettiest town in Canada
New life for an old marsh
For almost 10 years, Lakeside Marsh in Fredericton, N.B. lay dormant under 12-feet of infill. Now the wetland is starting to thrive after being restored by DUC.
Waves of support for Great Lakes
Positive policy action for wetlands in Ontario’s most populous region
The gift of time
A Verona-area landowner is inspired by wetlands to give back to nature and conservation.
Arctic waterfowl researchers explore climate change links and the effects on northern breeding populations of ducks and geese.
New data and migration maps help northern communities address waterfowl conservation concerns.
Conservation Champion: Edmonton man named DUC Volunteer of the Year
Thirty six years and counting. That’s how long Chuck Moser has been volunteering with Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) to help conserve wetlands and other natural areas. His long service and unwavering passion have earned him the prestigious title of DUC’s National Volunteer of the Year. Moser was crowned by…
Sister act: the Roper project
Protecting Alberta wetlands through restoration and DUC's Revolving Land Program
Ontario’s Kerry Coleman nominated for Volunteer of the Year
“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…
Saskatchewan’s Jim Bedi nominated for Volunteer of the Year
“I want my grandchildren and their grandchildren to be able to experience the beauty of the fall migration, as well as all of nature’s smallest and largest wonders,” says Jim Bedi, DUC’s Suzuki Volunteer of the Year nominee from Spiritwood, Sask. Bedi volunteers with DUC because he strongly believes…
Manitoba’s Jim Williams nominated for Volunteer of the Year
“You need to have the passion within yourself before you can share it with someone else and get them involved,” says Jim Williams, Manitoba’s nominee for DUC’s national Volunteer of the Year. Williams’ passion has rubbed off on his own family. His oldest son, Mike, is a biologist who…
B.C.’s Glenn Dreger nominated for Volunteer of the Year
“It makes me feel good to pay it forward,” says Glenn Dreger as he explains his more than 30 years of volunteerism with DUC. However, for many years, the DUC Volunteer of the Year nominee from Knutsford, B.C. was unaware of the work done by the organization. “I have…
Alberta’s Chuck Moser nominated for Volunteer of the Year
“In all my lifetime memories, enjoying the sights and sounds of the marshland on our farm on a warm summer evening is something I will never forget. That is a connection to nature that I hope all Canadians would be able to experience,” says Chuck Moser, DUC’s national Volunteer…
Quebec’s Mario Bérubé nominated for Volunteer of the Year
“A good volunteer does the job consistently from year to year,” says Mario Bérubé, DUC’s Suzuki Volunteer of the Year nominee from Donnacona, Que. “Good volunteers must be involved in their committee, but they must also be involved in the outside community in order to promote the DUC cause.”…
New Brunswick’s Michelle Harvey-Larsen nominated for Volunteer of the Year
“There is nothing just as beautiful as a flock of geese on a project on a calm evening,” says Michelle Harvey-Larsen, DUC’s New Brunswick Volunteer of the Year nominee from Harvey Albert County, N.B. I live conservation, says the volunteer, who currently sits on both the New Brunswick and…
Nova Scotia’s Katherine Hirtle nominated for Volunteer of the Year
“I absolutely eat, sleep and drink DUC,” says Katherine Hirtle, DUC’s Nova Scotia Volunteer of the Year nominee from New Germany, NS. “I love being part of my DUC community support system, whether by educating people about DUC or promoting the brand. I am very blessed and honored to…
Prince Edward Islands’ Todd Macleod nominated for Volunteer of the Year
“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…