Creating homes for waterfowl in the Codroy Valley

Kathy Unger (NCC) and Danielle Fequet (DUC) showing the students a nest box prior to installation (Photo by NCC)

On May 30, 2016, my colleague Kathy Unger and I had the pleasure of partnering with Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) to offer a waterfowl and wetland education event to the students of Belanger Memorial Elementary School. The Nature Conservancy of...

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Lions and coyotes and bears, oh my... and sheep, and wolves, and people: A workshop with Dr. Alistair Bath

Alistair Bath, human dimensions expert (Photo courtesy Mr. Bath)

Alistair Bath, human dimensions expert (Photo courtesy Mr. Bath)

“We have two ears and one mouth, so we should be listening twice as much as talking.” That’s Dr. Alistair Bath’s refrain. It was my sixth day of work at the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC), and I got to attend...

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Reporting back from Land Lines' reader survey

Online survey (Graphic by Wikimedia Commons/Tungilik)

Online survey (Graphic by Wikimedia Commons/Tungilik)

Earlier in the fall of 2015, Land Lines’ editorial team asked our readers for their thoughts on the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC's) blog. Two and a half months later, we had received 87 responses to our online survey; yielding...

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The Hunger Games' new Tributes (of nature)

Grizzly bear (Painting by David Arrigo) represents one of the several Canadian animals you can sponsor this holiday season.

Grizzly bear (Painting by David Arrigo) represents one of the several Canadian animals you can sponsor this holiday season.

Welcome to the Nature Conservancy of Canada's (NCC’s) Hunger Games! This year there are six tributes battling it out for Canada’s pledges. In honour of the underground District, here are 13 tweetable facts about NCC’s annual...

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Lending nature a hand

Northern leopard frog (Photo by NCC)

Northern leopard frog (Photo by NCC)

If you are a nature lover like myself, you may be interested in participating in one of the many yearly activities organized by the Quebec branch of the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC). The activities are open to all — you do not need a...

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An exciting Brier Island weekend

Group photo at

Group photo at "Sights and Sounds of Brier Island" event. (Photo by NCC)

Brier Island is one of the farthest reaches of Nova Scotia; two ferry rides away and, like many such islands, ecologically significant and home to a small community sometimes wary of the intentions of outsiders. The Nature Conservancy of Canada...

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Blackie School Green Day

Students making ferruginous hawk nesting platforms. (Photo by Sandi Riemersma)

Students making ferruginous hawk nesting platforms. (Photo by Sandi Riemersma)

The first of June was an exciting day in the small community of Blackie, Alberta. “Why is that,” you ask? It was the first ever Blackie School Green Day! Close to 20 partners came together to offer their knowledge and resources to more...

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A cross story

Tzouhalem moonrise, Chase Woods, British Columbia (Photo by Mike Szaszik)

Tzouhalem moonrise, Chase Woods, British Columbia (Photo by Mike Szaszik)

When the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) first undertook to create the Chase Woods Nature Preserve, we looked around for great images to help tell the story of this magical place. The land, which is 100 acres (41 hectares) of coastal...

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Creating new memories with our neighbours: Coming together to celebrate Caribou Island

Caribou Island, ON (Photo by Alexander Paterson)

Caribou Island, ON (Photo by Alexander Paterson)

On August 20, 2014, I had the great privilege of attending an event to celebrate the Nature Conservancy of Canada's (NCC's) latest acquisition on the north shore of Lake Superior — 167 acres (67 hectares) on Caribou Island. Hosted by one of...

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Conservation and conversation: Connecting communities in unexpected ways

Kim Pearson presentation (Photo by NCC)

Kimberly Pearson, Waterton Park Front Program Manager, sharing NCC’s message across Alberta (Photo by NCC)

The Pincher Creek and District Municipal Library was abuzz on March 18, 2014 when Kimberly Pearson, program manager for the Waterton Park Front (WPF) project, took her place at the podium. A crowd of 18 locals sat shoulder to shoulder, flipping...

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