Kenauk - Saumon (Kinonge) river valley, Montebello: Perspectives on a natural historical treasure
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) and Kenauk Nature have been working together since 2013 to conserve the large, historic territory of Kenauk, located halfway between Ottawa and Montreal. Read more »
Protection of wetlands and forests in the lowlands of Bristol and Clarendon
Since 2004, NCC has invested greatly in the conservation of two priority areas in the Ottawa Valley. These protected areas shelter vast wetlands, forests and shorelines that are in a remarkably natural state, including the most beautiful alvars in Quebec. Read more »
Top 10 secrets of Kenauk (Seigneurie Papineau) unveiled!
To uncover the property’s secrets, the Nature Conservancy of Canada conducted detailed inventories in collaboration with botanists, zoologists and ecologists. After two years of research, Kenauk’s greatest secrets are coming to light. Read more »
Blanding’s turtle in the Ottawa Valley
Recently, teams were deployed in the field to attempt to spot or confirm the presence of Blanding’s turtles in areas of the Outaouais that had not yet been surveyed. Read more »