Gullchucks Estuary, BC

Gullchucks Estuary, BC

Stories From the Field

  • Staff of Sea Cider Farm & Ciderhouse volunteer on James Island, BC (Photo by NCC)
    NCC and the sea

    Just like the bubbles in a glass of craft-made cider, a partnership between the Nature Conservancy of Canada and Sea Cider Farm & Ciderhouse has been bubbling up, and together we are doing great things for conservation in British Columbia.
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  • Avery Bartels with a sharp-shinned hawk (Photo by Kristie Foster)
    Avery Bartels' Birdathon

    Avery Bartels has spent the past five summers running the Tatlayoko Lake Bird Observatory and helping NCC track the thousands of migratory songbirds that pass through its conservation lands in BC's remote Tatlayoko Valley. Now he is offering up his skills as a birder to raise money for banding activities in Tatlayoko and beyond.
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  • Josh Houston, forager and chef, Toque Catering (Photo courtesy Toque Catering)
    Wild love

    Josh Houston has a passion for finding food in the forest. And on the seashore. And in city green spaces. As a forager and chef, Josh will never go hungry.
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  • Farmed & Foraged: An Earth Day feast
    A special event for Earth Day

    Celebrate Earth Day with an adventurous evening of fine dining, art and conversation in honour of our one and only home planet.
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  • Canoeing at the Daphne Ogilvie Nature Sanctuary, BC (Photo by Bernadette Mertens-McAllister)
    World Wetlands Day

    World Wetlands Day is a time to remember that the conservation and restoration of wetlands in British Columbia must be a top priority, especially in the face of a changing climate.
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  • Grace Islet (Photo by Phil Vernon)
    A graceful resolution

    NCC joins forces with the BC Government and First Nations to protect Grace Islet
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