NCC mourns loss of a giant in Canadian conservation and ecology
A Halifax man, instrumental both in the Atlantic Region and nationally, with Canada’s largest private land conservation organization has passed away. It is with great sadness the Nature Conservancy of Canada is announcing the death of Dr. Bill Freedman (1950-2015). He died Saturday at his home in Halifax surrounded by family after a courageous battle with cancer.
Nature Conservancy of Canada Publishing Why Forests Matter
To celebrate National Forest week, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is publishing a print special feature, “Why Forests Matter,” on September 24 in nationwide print editions of The Globe and Mail. The feature will focus on Canada’s forests and the role Canadians and NCC play in conserving them.
Restoration efforts begin on Grace Islet sacred burial ground
Crews have started deconstruction on the partially built residence on Grace Islet, a culturally and ecologically significant island located in Ganges Harbour, Salt Spring Island. The Nature Conservancy of Canada in British Columbia made the announcement today in collaboration with partners to update the public and media.
Nature Conservancy of Canada's Old Man on His Back Ranch Designated as Nocturnal Preserve!
Old Man on His Back prairie and Heritage Conservation Area is designated a Nocturnal Preserve by the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada carries out its largest conservation project in the Gaspé Peninsula
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is proud to announce its largest private land conservation project on the Gaspé Peninsula. NCC is now protecting a property on the shore of the Malbaie River in the Village of Barachois.
Nova Scotia Academic Named Life Member of Nature Conservancy of Canada
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has given a rare honour to a Halifax resident and academic. Dr. Bill Freedman, a Biology Professor at Dalhousie University, has been appointed a life member in recognition for his many contributions to the not-for-profit, land conservation organization.
Salmonier River site protected to help wild Atlantic salmon, rare lichen
158 acres purchased for conservation in Phase one of Salmonier River Project.