Nature Destinations: Alfred-Kelly Nature Reserve

Alfred-Kelly Nature Reserve (Photo by NCC)

Alfred-Kelly Nature Reserve (Photo by NCC)

The Alfred-Kelly nature reserve is an oasis within an area where residential development is rapidly increasing. The nature reserve is named for an ornithologist who, in 1983, donated his property in Piedmont to Bird Protection Quebec (Protection...

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Sky-high conservation and other unique internship experiences this summer

Logan Salm and Breanna Silversides taking a pre-flight selfie (Photo by NCC)

Logan Salm and Breanna Silversides taking a pre-flight selfie (Photo by NCC)

The Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC’s) summer internship provides an incredible opportunity to experience and learn hands-on about Saskatchewan’s unique and beautiful landscape. This summer, as a geographical information...

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Where are they now? Conservation Intern alumni spotlight

Eve Desmarais at her office at Environment and Climate Change Canada (Photo courtesy of Eve Desmarais)

Eve Desmarais at her office at Environment and Climate Change Canada (Photo courtesy of Eve Desmarais)

This blog is the second in a series of stories highlighting some of the individuals who have interned with the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC). Follow along as I interview NCC Conservation Intern alumni from across the country, and learn more...

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Career advice from five Conservation Intern alumni

Conservation Interns at Waterton Park Front, AB (Photo by NCC)

Conservation Interns at Waterton Park Front, AB (Photo by NCC)

As I near the day when I will finally receive my long-sought-after degree, I constantly wonder, “How can I set myself apart from other young professionals coming up in the environmental sector?” Follow along as I speak with Nature...

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From hot and buggy, to warm and fuzzy: Inspiration abounds at Conservation Volunteers events

Volunteers at the annual dog-strangling vine seedpod collection event (Photo by NCC)

Volunteers at the annual dog-strangling vine seedpod collection event (Photo by NCC)

In my five years working at the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC), I’ve led countless Conservation Volunteers (CV) events. Working together, volunteers and I have pulled invasive species, planted trees, stabilized riverbanks and counted...

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Other duties, as assigned: The real scoop on being a conservation biology coordinator

Working in the forest (Photo by NCC)

Working in the forest (Photo by NCC)

I finally did it! Back in 2016, on the last day of my conservation technician internship with the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC), I promised myself I would do everything possible to return to the organization, and here I am. I am the new...

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Where are they now? Conservation Intern alumni spotlight

Megan Lafferty (Photo by Brian Yungblut)

Megan Lafferty (Photo by Brian Yungblut)

This blog is the first in a series of stories highlighting some of the individuals who have interned with the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC). Follow along as I interview NCC’s Conservation Intern alumni from across the country, and...

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Summer intern interviews: Meet the fresh faces of NCC's Saskatchewan Region (Part two)

Summer interns of NCC's Saskatchewan region (Photo by NCC)

Summer interns of NCC's Saskatchewan region (Photo by NCC)

Summer interns help the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) complete valuable science and education projects across the country. In part two of this two-part series, we continue to learn about our summer interns from NCC's Saskatchewan Region. Read...

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Summer intern interviews: Meet the fresh faces of NCC's Saskatchewan region (Part one)

Summer interns of NCC's Saskatchewan region (Photo by NCC)

Summer interns of NCC's Saskatchewan region (Photo by NCC)

Every summer, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) hires students from across the country to work in its summer intern program. The students help complete valuable conservation and fundraising work during their time here. They are also the...

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Summer at a desk: Why it is more important than you think

Work behind the computer can still contribute to on-the-ground conservation. (Photo by NCC)

Work behind the computer can still contribute to on-the-ground conservation. (Photo by NCC)

I have always been passionate about nature. My summers have always involved being outside, either for recreation or for work. This summer, however, I have the opportunity to be involved in conserving nature — from indoors. I am the summer...

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