See us in action

Read about the science and stewardship projects Conservation Volunteers are supporting across the country!

  • Tree harvest (Photo by NCC)
    Winter tree harvest helps tackle invasive spruce trees

    Winter tree harvest helps tackle invasive spruce trees.
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  • Volunteer picking up tires off the coast of the Percival River (Photo by Sean Landsman)
    Conservation Volunteers 2017: Another year for the books!

    Each year, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is astonished at how much time and effort our volunteers across the country contribute. By December 2017, more than 200 volunteer events, engaging close to 2,750 Canadians, contributed close to 13,200 hours of action dedicated to nature.
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Roving Reporters

Become an NCC Roving Reporter

Try your hand at creative writing as an honorary reporter at an NCC Conservation Volunteers event. Your story could earn you a $25 Mountain Equipment Co-op gift card! Learn more »

  • Strengthening the bond between people and land at Sandstone Ranch

    Doug Madill describes the bond formed with a landscape when you lend a hand for nature.
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  • Bees and wasps a buzzin'

    Volunteer Denise Richards writes about her relationship with bees and wasps as they buzz around her.
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