Connect with a network of like-minded young leaders who share your commitment to wetland conservation and the environment.
At Ducks Unlimited Canada, we believe that the future of conservation lies in the hands of passionate and environmentally conscious young people like you. The Youth Conservation Network is your gateway to a world of exciting opportunities, knowledge, and experiences that will empower you to make a difference in the world of conservation.
By signing up for the Youth Conservation Network newsletter, you’ll gain access to information about upcoming opportunities and events for post-secondary and post-graduate students.
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Ducks Unlimited Canada is bringing together a motivated and diverse group of 10 young people aged 18 to 23 from across the country to form our new Youth Advisory Council.
Are you a university or college student who loves nature and wants to positively impact our environment? Ducks Unlimited Canada has an exciting opportunity just for you!
Contact the Youth Conservation Network team with your questions about our events, campus clubs, or writing a Duck Dive.
The first set of Youth Advisory Council members reflect on their two years of conservation learnings.
Fredericton student Owen Nicholson earns scholarship for outstanding leadership in Ducks Unlimited Canada program.
Tantramar, N.B. student Anna MacKinnon earns scholarship for outstanding leadership in Ducks Unlimited Canada program.
When Ash Ecclestone joined the Luther Marsh Wetland Centre of Excellence program, it would be the start of her journey to becoming one of the school’s top leaders and mentors.
We accept submissions from youth and young adults who want to write about topics related to wetlands, biodiversity, or conservation. Send us a two to three sentence outline outline of your potential blog post.
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Learn how you can get involved and start your career in conservation, and get access to information about upcoming opportunities and events for post-secondary and post-graduate students.