Red Deer River, AB (Photo by Karol Dabbs)

Red Deer River, AB (Photo by Karol Dabbs)

Stories From the Field

  • Fenced pont at Waterton Park Front, AB (Photo by NCC)
    Waterton Eat and Greet returns

    What do you get when you combine community members from Cardston County and the M.D. of Pincher Creek, a day of conservation conversation and fine food?
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  • Oxley Ranch (Photo by NCC)
    Historic 135-year-old Oxley Ranch in Alberta conserved

    With the future of their beloved ranch anything but certain, Jennifer Barr and her family looked for a solution to ensure the long-term survival of the Oxley Ranch.
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  • Val Dennis, standing inside the roots of a giant Douglas-fir tree on his ranch (Photo by NCC)
    Good land stewards on historic family property

    If you want to see a good example of a family that cares about their land, take a look at the Dennis family.
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  • Stuart McLean at NCC's 50th anniversary gala in Calgary, Alberta (Photo by NCC)
    Coyote Lake, by Stuart McLean

    Stuart first told the story of Coyote Lake at the gala — a tale that would reach many more Canadians when it was printed in the Globe and Mail and included in The Vinyl Cafe.
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  • Kate Williams and Zoe Arnold (Photo by NCC)
    CV's Spotlight on Stewardship video series

    This video introduces the Conservation Volunteer Spotlight series. The goal of this series is to take you behind the scenes to talk about different aspects of our stewardship work and share how you can get involved!
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  • Brian Keating speaking about his series Going Wild (Photo by NCC)
    MiMedia and NCC partner to create Alberta content for National Geographic

    MiMedia and the Nature Conservancy of Canada have partnered to create an episode for National Geographic that highlights the importance and majesty of the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains in southwestern Alberta.
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