Marr Jack Property, Waterton, AB (Photo by NCC)

Marr Jack Property, Waterton, AB (Photo by NCC)

Featured Projects

  • Bunchberry Meadows Conservation Area (Photo by Kyle Marquardt)
    Bunchberry Meadows

    Bunchberry Meadows is located in the Upper North Saskatchewan, just 30 kilometres from downtown Edmonton. Over the years, Bunchberry Meadows has remained intact while the surrounding lands and the City of Edmonton have undergone significant changes.
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  • Busenius property, Alberta (Photo by Kyle Marquardt)
    Busenius

    Located in the Capital Conservation Region, approximately one kilometre south of the North Saskatchewan River, the Busenius property is characterized by mixed wood boreal forest, wetlands and native mixed grass prairie
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  • Gazebo at Coyote Lake, UNSRB, AB (Photo by NCC)
    Coyote Lake Conservation Area

    Located 100 kilometres southwest of Edmonton in the Capital Conservation Region, the lake is situated within one of the biologically richest areas of Alberta. In 1996, Doris and Eric Hopkins ensured that the nature they came to respect would be protected in the long term.
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  • Reclamation of Fleming Ranch, AB (Photo by NCC)
    Fleming Ranch

    Located in the Rocky Mountain Front Conservation Region in the heart of the Crowsnest Pass, the Fleming Ranch is west of the town of Coleman.
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  • Horseshoe Canyon, Alberta (Photo by NCC)
    Horseshoe Canyon

    Horseshoe Canyon is an isolated pocket of badlands amidst the Alberta prairie located 17 kilometres west of Drumheller on Highway 9. Horseshoe Canyon is a familiar vista to many Albertans and a favourite spot for tourists to catch their first glimpse of this unique aspect of Alberta’s natural heritage.
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  • OH Ranch, AB (Photo by Karol Dabbs)
    OH Ranch

    The OH Ranch is located in the rolling foothills of the Rocky Mountain Front Conservation Region. The conservation of remarkable places like this ranch and the vision of landowners like Doc Seaman are great examples of places where conservation goals are balanced with the economic needs of local communities.
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  • Waldron, AB (Photo by Kyle Marquardt, kylefoto.com)
    The Waldron

    The Waldron is the largest remaining block of deeded (private) land along the eastern slopes of Alberta. Located in NCC's Rocky Mountain Front Conservation Region, the Waldron Conservation Project, composed primarily of native habitat, is an area of incredible diversity, rich history and spectacular scenery.
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  • Wildflowers on Pine Ridge, Alberta (Photo by Bob Lee)
    Waterton Park Front Project

    People who travel south from Pincher Creek, Alberta, to Waterton Lakes National Park remember the drive as one of the most beautiful in Canada.
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