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Boreal leadership council

Boreal leadership council

How the Boreal Forest Conservation Framework influenced sustainability in Quebec.

BP settlement funds flow to Allan/Dana Hills

BP settlement funds flow to Allan/Dana Hills

DUC receives settlement funds from the BP Oil Spill, as part of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act

Thaidene Nëné National Park Reserve

Thaidene Nëné National Park Reserve

A step forward for the Dene community of Łutsel K’e to see its conservation vision materialize.

Proposed drainage regulations

Proposed drainage regulations

New regulations focus on conserving wetlands and safeguarding the benefits they provide.

Scaling Moncton’s snow mountain

Scaling Moncton’s snow mountain

A newly constructed wetland will clean the water running off from Moncton's snow dump.

Thames River wetland restoration

Thames River wetland restoration

A multi-year enhancement project is creating quality habitat for waterfowl, songbirds and other wetland-dependent wildlife.

Courtenay River estuary

Courtenay River estuary

Teaming up with landowners to conserve vital waterfowl habitat on the B.C. coast.

Water Sustainability Act

Water Sustainability Act

Updating century-old legislation for the province’s water resources.

Spartina: striking back

Spartina: striking back

Combating an invasive plant in British Columbia

Some Interesting Facts About Ducks Unlimited

Some Interesting Facts About Ducks Unlimited

A glimpse into Ducks Unlimited’s early work on the Canadian prairies, as captured in this entertaining story from Hunting and Fishing Magazine, December 1938.

Conserving the clubs: can the tradition continue?

Conserving the clubs: can the tradition continue?

As more southern Ontario hunt clubs are sold to other interests, can their tradition of conservation continue?

Ducks and agriculture work together in Comox Valley

Ducks and agriculture work together in Comox Valley

Winter cover crops can help lessen damage caused by wintering waterfowl while improving soil and farm productivity – and providing important habitat.