Celebrating DUC’s Volunteer Champions

Celebrating DUC’s Volunteer Champions

Honouring DUC's top volunteers across the country for National Volunteer Week (April 15 - 21).

Stepping up to the plate

Stepping up to the plate

B.C. Volunteer of the Year Denise Zanatta carries on family’s conservation traditions.

You get out what you put in

You get out what you put in

Alberta’s Volunteer of the Year Lois Rissling takes pride in supporting healthy habitat.

Champion of the landscape

Champion of the landscape

Saskatchewan Volunteer of the Year Tammy Plews holds wetland conservation close to heart.

Taking one for the team

Taking one for the team

Manitoba’s Volunteer of the Year Nicole de Pauw is a trainer by nature and a conservationist at heart.

Believing in what you do

Believing in what you do

Ontario Volunteer of the Year John Stewart shares why he’s a custodian of the land.

DUC Volunteer of the Year for Quebec

DUC Volunteer of the Year for Quebec

You can tell a lot about a man like Serge Mathieu by the ducks he surrounds himself with.

Running a tight ship

Running a tight ship

Nova Scotia Volunteer of the Year Leo Leblanc leads original crew of DUC supporters.

Working together for wetlands

Working together for wetlands

Provincial Volunteer of the Year Marjorie Horlick is sowing seeds of conservation across rural Newfoundland.

Lessons from the mudflats

Lessons from the mudflats

New Brunswick Volunteer of the Year Donna Carson reinvigorates local DUC dinner.

Settling into a green option to filter water

Settling into a green option to filter water

A small settling pond uses nature to help clean water for the District of 100 Mile House.

Watch: How wetlands take care of Canada’s water

Watch: How wetlands take care of Canada’s water

Even though fresh water is a renewable resource, it is finite. When it’s gone, it’s gone. Without wetlands, our supply of fresh water will be a whole lot different.