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Building habitat with hammer and nails

Building habitat with hammer and nails

DUC CEO and Sustainable Forestry Initiative board member Greg Siekaniec helps build a home for a Winnipeg family.

Back roads of the boreal

Back roads of the boreal

A new guide will help industry build better, wetland friendly roads in Canada’s northern forest

Ducks return to Carp River wetlands

Ducks return to Carp River wetlands

It's been less than two years since DUC restored four wetlands on Ottawa's Carp River - and the ponds are already attracting return visitors.

Links to wetlands

Links to wetlands

Naturalized golf course water features help wildlife, water quality and the game experience

Fishing for the future

Fishing for the future

National Fishing Week is July 2 - 10. Learn how habitat projects are keeping our fisheries healthy.

Working to eradicate the European water chestnut

Working to eradicate the European water chestnut

DUC needs your help to spot the invasive plant

Designing to be the best

Designing to be the best

Conservator, the magazine for DUC supporters, wins top design prize at annual magazine awards

Wildlife Biologist Balances Boreal Forest Conservation and Development

Wildlife Biologist Balances Boreal Forest Conservation and Development

Chris Smith seeks a healthy environment and economy that help Canadian woodlands—and their people—thrive.

Wadena volunteer duo passes 30 year milestone

Wadena volunteer duo passes 30 year milestone

Reg and Sheila Glennie have volunteered with local DUC dinners for decades. Their hard work has paid off in fundraising - and a lot of hors d'oeuvres!

Lower water levels help drive out invasive species

Lower water levels help drive out invasive species

Two important B.C. wetlands are restored through conservation partnerships

A homecoming for fish

A homecoming for fish

After 200 years, conservation projects help native fish species make their way back into PEI waters

Family ties

Family ties

An extra special wetland field trip for a nine-year-old boy and his grandparents