Rhodora (Photo by Jean Isaacs)

Rhodora (Photo by Jean Isaacs)

Resource Centre

The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is a leader in conservation science and planning. Learn more about some of the concepts and terms behind our work, or download some of our conservation planning documents.

Autumn creek (Photo by Karol Dabbs)
Conservation 101

What’s an alvar? What are alien invasive species? Why are old-growth forests important? Learn the basics about these conservation concepts, and more. 

Gray jay (Photo by NCC)

Quickly find definitions on some of our key terms.  

Karner blue male (Photo by www.anorchardaway.com)
Featured Species Gallery

Read about some of the Canadian species whose habitat we are working to protect. 

Himalayan balsam (Photo by Keith Williamson)
Invasive Species

Invasive species are a major threat to our ecosystems.

Shell Interns, Dutch Creek Hoodoos, British Columbia (Photo by NCC)
Conservation Blueprints

Our conservation blueprints, which form the core of our work, are shared widely with other conservation groups and organizations. Download them here.



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