NCC staff's fall fashion lineup
Although the summer months are over, our staff members are still hard at work. Conservation Volunteers events continue into the fall; in some provinces they go as late as November. And even though they’re out in the field, our Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) staff members are still conscious of the fashion choices they make.
Fickle fall weather makes choosing our field attire a serious matter.
Conservation biologist Todd Farrell has some advice for anybody looking to go out during the coming months:
“When heading out into the field, I use guides like this to think about the clothing and accessories I’ll need. Important accessories include a tick kit, GPS, plenty of water, a waterproof note book, rain coat and ID guide.”
In the fall, field clothing needs to be warm and adaptable due to changing and unpredicatable weather conditions. With warm pants and rain layers, our NCC staff have got you covered whether you’re in for a day of fence repair or weed pulling:
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