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March roundup: Conservation and nature stories from around the world that caught our eye this month

Greater sage-grouse (Photo by Gordon Court)

Greater sage-grouse (Photo by Gordon Court)

Every day, countless inspiring and informative stories are published about conservation successes or discoveries in nature and wildlife around the world. Here are some that caught our attention in March 2019. Wands for wildlife Winnipeg’s...

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Connecting with nature, people and snowshoes on Stony Mountain, Manitoba

Snowshoers at Stony Mountain Prairie Preserve, MB (Photo courtesy of Julie Sveinson Pelc/NCC staff)

Snowshoers at Stony Mountain Prairie Preserve, MB (Photo courtesy of Julie Sveinson Pelc/NCC staff)

Winter on Manitoba’s wide open prairies is cold, windy and dark, and it seems to go on forever. It is easy to hibernate indoors all winter, under a warm blanket by the fire, with a good book and warm drink, but I wanted this winter to be...

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Innovative learning experiences are putting the art back in science

The Herbarium Project, 2017, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC (Photo by Four Eyes Portraits)

The Herbarium Project, 2017, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC (Photo by Four Eyes Portraits)

If you’ve heard the terms “science art” or “sciart,” you’re probably familiar with the idea of using visual art to represent, explain or bring attention to some aspect of science. The wonderful realm of science...

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From the ground up: How Bunchberry Meadows came to be a place for nature exploration

A winter hike on the Bunchberry Meadows property (Photo by Brent Calver)

A winter hike on the Bunchberry Meadows property (Photo by Brent Calver)

Just outside of one of Canada’s busiest cities lies an outdoor adventure waiting to be had, with trees as tall as the eye can see. Located just 30 kilometres from downtown Edmonton, the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC’s)...

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The future of conservation is female (part three)

Megan Quinn (Photo by Charles T. Low Photography)

Megan Quinn (Photo by Charles T. Low Photography)

In honour of International Women’s Day (March 8), over the course of the month we have been celebrating three young women working for the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC’s) Ontario Region. We spoke with them about what led...

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Skis with wolves

Cross-country skiing in search of wolf tracks on the Kenauk property (Photo by Jaimie Vincent)

Cross-country skiing in search of wolf tracks on the Kenauk property (Photo by Jaimie Vincent)

What do you get when you combine a picturesque winter forest landscape, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and wolf surveying? A dream trip is what I would have said just a few weeks ago. The answer, however, is a very real adventure that I...

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