Written by conservation experts and professionals, Land Lines offers thought-provoking reads about research and discoveries in the conservation field. Interested in contributing to Land Lines or reposting material found on the blog? Visit our blogger resource page.

Team work really does make the dream work: A toast to my co-workers

Six staffers and volunteers, 200 shrubs, five hours. Team work really does make the dream work. (Photo by NCC)

Six staffers and volunteers, 200 shrubs, five hours. Team work really does make the dream work. (Photo by NCC)

I’ve always said that I have the best co-workers, and this fall, they proved my point again. As an engagement manager with the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC), I feel like I’m always asking for help at volunteer and engagement...

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This holiday, take time to enjoy the winter wonderland

Winter hiking on the Niagara Escarpment (photo by Al Thompson)

Winter hiking on the Niagara Escarpment (photo by Al Thompson)

With winter storms battering the country from coast to coast and the mercury dropping, it's easy to want to huddle inside by the fireplace. But most of us find that we're happier when we get outside. For my husband and me, some of our happiest...

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Meeting wildlife in the wilds of Cape Breton

Canada lynx (Photo by Shutterstock)

Canada lynx (Photo by Shutterstock)

This story was written by Kathryn Morse, as told by Danielle Horne. My work on the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC’s) stewardship team in Nova Scotia means that I spend several months in the field every summer and fall, monitoring...

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Hide and seek in the city: Exploring Toronto's plants...with my phone

Using a smartphone to identify nature (Photo by Pixabay)

Using a smartphone to identify nature (Photo by Pixabay)

Having been on the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC’s) editorial team for a few years, I’ve read countless stories from field staff and guest bloggers of various expertise. My job has nurtured my curiosity for animals and made...

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Celebrating nature in our cities

Moss Lady in Beacon Hill Park, Victoria, BC (Photo by Jamie Clifton-Ross)

Moss Lady in Beacon Hill Park, Victoria, BC (Photo by Jamie Clifton-Ross)

When we think of nature, we often imagine pristine wilderness with snow-peaked mountains, lush trees and rushing water. Many people take refuge in nature for moments of solitude and reflection. But not all natural spaces have to look like a Bob...

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Heard it from a Scout: Winter camping tips for beginners

Building a quinzhee (Photo by Scouts Canada)

Building a quinzhee (Photo by Scouts Canada)

With winter’s temperatures and snow, camping can be tricky. But with a little preparation, you can discover that winter camping can be some of the most fun and unforgettable experiences you can have. Check out our top tips to help make your...

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