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New life for an old marsh

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.

Why gardeners should read-up before digging in

Why gardeners should read-up before digging in

Plant ecologist shares tips to grow a beautiful, wetland-friendly garden

Waves of support for Great Lakes

Waves of support for Great Lakes

Positive policy action for wetlands in Ontario’s most populous region

Planned giving

Planned giving

Families like the Clements are leaving a lasting legacy for wildlife, waterfowl and wetlands

Video: biodiversity of wetlands

Video: biodiversity of wetlands

Explaining the relationship and interaction of the water, vegetation and creatures in a wetland

The gift of time

The gift of time

A Verona-area landowner is inspired by wetlands to give back to nature and conservation.

Warm warnings

Warm warnings

Arctic waterfowl researchers explore climate change links and the effects on northern breeding populations of ducks and geese.

Migratory Connections

Migratory Connections

New data and migration maps help northern communities address waterfowl conservation concerns.

Don’t miss the greatest show on Earth

Don’t miss the greatest show on Earth

Celebrate Spring Migration Week as Canada’s land and skies come alive

Ducks University prize trip awarded

Ducks University prize trip awarded

Ontario student’s entry pulled from hundreds in Rescue Our Wetlands contest

Managing forests that conserve wetlands and water quality

Managing forests that conserve wetlands and water quality

Partnership with Tembec advances forestry and conservation practices

Sister act: the Roper project

Sister act: the Roper project

Protecting Alberta wetlands through restoration and DUC's Revolving Land Program