Coyote Lake, UNSRB, AB (Photo by NCC)

Coyote Lake, UNSRB, AB (Photo by NCC)

Stories From the Field

  • Wagner Natural Area (Photo by NCC)
    Wagner Natural Area searching for stewardship volunteers

    Since 1983, the area has been managed by a volunteer steward group, called the Wagner Natural Area Society, who is looking to increase their membership base and volunteers.
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  • Keltie and Ruby Manolakas at Underwood open house (Photo by NCC)
    Red Deer community takes non-native trees home for the holidays

    With Christmas quickly approaching and the holiday spirit beginning to infuse our daily lives, NCC’s Alberta region decided to spread a bit of festive cheer of its own.
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  • Conservation Volunteer Denise Harris (Photo by NCC)
    Denise Harris announced as 2017 Golden Glove winner

    Started in 2012, the Golden Glove has been awarded to four different dedicated volunteers over the years. Denise Harris first won the Golden Glove back in 2013. Five years later, we are proud to announce that Denise is once again the winner of the award!
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  • John E. Marriott speaking at the Tall Tales, Long Lenses launch in Calgary (Photo by NCC)
    NCC helps tell Tall Tales

    There is a natural relationship between conservation and wildlife photography; connected landscapes are key to the survival of many wild species and these bears, wolves, caribou and bobcats are just some of the subjects that wildlife photographer John E. Marriott captures on camera.
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  • Dahti Tsetso speaking at Calgary NatureTalks (Photo by NCC)
    Calgary NatureTalks discusses why water matters

    On Wednesday, November 15, NatureTalks, a cross-country speaker series that aims to provide audiences with various viewpoints on natural topics that matter to them, made a stop in Calgary to discuss why water matters.
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  • NCC staff Katelyn Ceh, Bob Demulder, and Keltie Manolakas at Bunchberry Meadows opening (Photo by NCC)
    Bunchberry Meadows opens at last

    On Saturday, October 28, Bunchberry Meadows Conservation Area was opened to the public for the first time.
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