Our strength comes from working together
Since our humble beginnings, our work has come to be recognized for the significant value it provides to people and communities today, as nature-based solutions to floods, droughts, water pollution and the impacts of climate change. Our strength comes from working together and partnering with all who care about the landscape to help deliver our mission.
Throughout our 85th anniversary year, you can help us celebrate the places, people and partners that show we are unlimited in what we can accomplish, together.
DUC Famous Firsts
In 1938, DUC gave wings to wetland conservation in Canada and our actions have been making history ever since. Some of our most memorable moments have been firsts for the organization—and firsts for the country. Take a stroll down memory lane by reflecting on some famous DUC milestones from the past 85 years.
85 years of Conservation
Partners in conservation: Parliamentary Secretary Terry Duguid explains how the new Canada Water Agency seeks to shape the future of freshwater conservation in Canada.
This fall, Roger is embarking on a personal quest to canoe the wetlands and waterways of Manitoba where DUC began.
DUC and Raincoast Conservation Foundation are restoring natural infrastructure in the Fraser River Estuary
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.
DUC employee Ken Gross credits a strong team, partnerships for his successful conservation career.
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