Women in conservation: Catherine Ennis

Catherine Ennis (Photo by NCC)

In honour of International Women’s Day (March 8), we’re celebrating six female staff members at the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) who are working to create a stronger future for Canada’s landscapes. Growing up in the...

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Being a Bird in North America: Q&A with Robert Alvo

Robert Alvo, author of Being a Bird in North America (Photo courtesy of Robert Alvo)

From common loons to trumpeter swans, birds have long captivated the fascination of people of all ages. Being a land blessed with a vast and varied landscape, Canada provides habitat to nearly 700 species of birds. Whether you’ve come to...

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Women in conservation: Roberta Weisbrot

Roberta Weisbrot at Georgian Bay Islands National Park (Photo courtesy of Roberta Weisbrot/NCC staff)

In honour of International Women’s Day (March 8), we’re celebrating six female staff members at the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) who are working to create a stronger future for Canada’s landscapes. Born and raised in...

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The Sapling: Q&A with Jessie Klassen

Jessie Klassen, author of <i>The Sapling</i>.

When a tiny maple seed becomes a Sapling, she discovers there’s much about life that she doesn’t know or understand. This fear stunts her growth, and she becomes too afraid to continue her life cycle — until she meets Big...

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The last places on Earth: Protecting globally rare habitats in Canada (Part two)

Alpine Lake on Darkwoods, British Columbia (Photo by Bruce Kirkby)

Alpine Lake on Darkwoods, British Columbia (Photo by Bruce Kirkby)

In part one of our blog on protecting globally rare habitats, Dan Kraus and I explored some of these places found in Canada and how the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is protecting these important areas. We also identified some of the...

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Students on Ice: Q&A with NCC President and CEO, John Lounds

John Lounds at Sirmilik National Park (Photo by NCC)

Earlier this month, John Lounds, the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC’s) president and CEO, set sail from Resolute Bay, Nunavut, to explore the Arctic with Students on Ice. As this is a place that very few Canadians have had the...

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Supporting the next generation of female conservationists

Danielle Horne in the field (Photo by NCC)

Danielle Horne in the field (Photo by NCC)

As with many university graduates, the hunt for work in my field of study began right after graduation. Finding meaningful employment can be hard for youth today, and at the time it was a difficult journey for me, too. I was fortunate to be hired...

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Women in conservation: Lisa McLaughlin

Lisa McLaughlin, acting vice-president, conservation

In honour of International Women’s Day (March 8), we’re celebrating eight female conservationists at the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) who are working to create a stronger future for Canada’s landscapes.From wandering the...

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Growing the idea to connect Canadians to nature

Plants from Great Marram Grass Plug Plant CV event on PEI (Photo by Mike Dembeck)

Great Marram Grass Plug Plant CV event on PEI (Photo by Mike Dembeck)

Every so often, a big idea emerges from a smaller one and, in the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC’s) case, it can turn into something larger than imagined. This is exactly what happened for NCC’s Conservation Volunteers...

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Women in conservation: Megan Westphal

Megan Westphal, assistant range biologist, Manitoba Region

In honour of International Women’s Day (March 8), we’re celebrating eight female conservationists at the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) who are working to create a stronger future for Canada’s landscapes. Megan Westphal,...

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