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Manitoba farmer appreciates wetlands during prairie drought

Manitoba farmer appreciates wetlands during prairie drought

With exceptionally little rainfall on Manitoba fields in the 2021 crop season, a farmer says the true value of retaining wetlands on farmland has become even more apparent.

Wild rice harvest along the Wolastoq

Wild rice harvest along the Wolastoq

Re-establishing an ancient tradition connects community and conservation.

Waswanipi Wetland Hero reveals plastic hidden in waterways

Waswanipi Wetland Hero reveals plastic hidden in waterways

DUC names Traci Blacksmith a Wetland Hero. For the past year, Blacksmith has been doing clean-ups along the Ottawa River and the wetland Mud Lake.

Hooked on making a difference

Hooked on making a difference

Tosh Sutherland has been part of the DUC salmon monitoring crew working in the South Arm Marshes Wildlife Management Area.

Partners in conservation of a habitat jewel

Partners in conservation of a habitat jewel

By partnering with DUC, TC Energy took concrete action to encourage the conservation of wetlands essential to maintaining biodiversity on Sainte-Thérèse Island.

Conservation’s greatest ace

Conservation’s greatest ace

Legendary pilot and Canadian war hero Stocky Edwards embarks on a new mission to mark his 100th birthday.

Conservation in Canada’s boreal forest

Conservation in Canada’s boreal forest

Karla Guyn appointed board chair of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative

The good place

The good place

The Alberta farm known as "Elsie’s Place” gets new lease on life as a land donation to Ducks Unlimited Canada.

Mentoring conservation-minded professionals

Mentoring conservation-minded professionals

Introducing young people to careers in conservation and encouraging them to pursue their passions related to the natural world are critical to the future.

The honour of my lifetime

The honour of my lifetime

Mitch Weegman is named the DUC Endowed Chair in Wetland and Waterfowl Conservation at USask. The Endowed Chair is the first of its kind in Canada.

Finding hope with conservation

Finding hope with conservation

DUC staff, volunteers and supporters have intuitively known the value of hope “with its sleeves rolled up” since 1938. It is a fundamental reason why we’ve been able to make a difference on the conservation landscape.

Restore. Recover. Rewild.

Restore. Recover. Rewild.

It’s not too late. We can recover some of the damage and restore degraded habitat. We can rewild Canada’s wetlands and other life-sustaining natural spaces.