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Ontario landowner Bill Kendall welcomes wildlife and human guests alike to the DUC wetland on his property. Some guests are more surprising than others.
Introducing Thorsten Hebben, DUC's new provincial manager of operations in Alberta.
Science is helping us better understand the role of small wetlands in water quality
Wetland Hero Sadie is inspired to raise money for wetland conservation
We've partnered with the Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq to monitor our salt marsh restoration at Wallace Bay in Nova Scotia, a project that will help combat coastal erosion, provide habitat for fish and hopefully lead to a resurgence of sweetgrass, a common salt marsh plant, and one that’s particularly important to the Mi’kmaq.
DUC reverts decades-old freshwater marsh to saltwater to protect New Brunswick coastline from sea-level rise and provide habitat for endangered species.
The stories that made headlines, and headway, for conservation in Canada in 2020.
Wetlands don’t just nurture ducks. They foster young minds, too. Here’s how we’re helping up-and-coming conservationists earn their wings … and fly.
One of DUC’s most renowned artists and tireless fundraisers is set to call it a career at the end of the year. Ken Ferris, DUC’s manager of volunteer and corporate fundraising for northern B.C., is retiring.
As a young child growing up in Poland, Aleksandra Kepczynska—known as Ola to friends—had no idea unwrapping a present would shape the rest of her life and a budding career in conservation.
Why do we talk about “natural infrastructure” in conservation today?
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