Featured Projects

  • Sprague's pipit (Photo by Steve Zack)
    Asquith North Complex

    The Asquith Complex of properties, located about 30 minutes by vehicle west of Saskatoon, covers 420 hectares (1,040 acres) of native grasslands and woodlands, with a sprinkle of seasonal wetlands.
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  • Big Valley, Saskatchewan (Photo by Branimir Gjetvaj, http://branimirphoto.ca/)
    Big Valley

    This property, just 30 minutes northwest of Regina, is 223 hectares (552 acres) of NCC-protected land that joins the provincial Valeport Wildlife Management Area to offer 1,106 hectares (2,734 acres) of diverse natural habitat for numerous animal and plant species.
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  • Black-capped chickadee (Photo by Paul Turbitt)
    Buffalo Valley 2

    This property, just 40 minutes from Swift Current, is 65 hectares (160 acres) of uplands and wetlands in the Missouri Coteau Natural Area, which extends from south-central Saskatchewan to southern South Dakota.
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  • Dundurn property (Photo by Jason Bantle)
    Dundurn

    This 65-hectare (160-acre) property right outside of Saskatoon is a diverse mixture of of rolling hills made from old sand dunes covered by aspen, shrubs, wet meadows and native grasslands.
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  • Prairie rose (Photo by Karol Dabbs)
    Edenwold

    This complex of properties, located in the Aspen Parkland Ecoregion near the town of Edenwold, is 258 hectares (635 acres) of uplands and wetlands.
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  • Fairy Hill, SK (Photo by Cherie Westmoreland)
    Fairy Hill South

    This property, just a 20-minute drive north of Regina on Highway 6, is 665 hectares (1,642 acres) native grassland, woodlands, river and flood plains.
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  • Conservation Volunteers Bioblitz, Fairy Hill South, Saskatchewan (Photo by NCC)
    Fairy Hill South 3

    This property, just 20 minutes north of Regina, is 65 hectares (161 acres) of prairie grasslands, aspen woodlands, lowlands and seasonal wetlands, all part of the Upper Qu'Appelle Natural Area.
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  • Val Marie Frenchman River pasture, Saskatchewan (Photo by Sarah Green)
    Frenchman River Watershed

    This property, located in the southwestern corner of the province, is part of the southern edge of the Palliser Triangle, the driest region of the Canadian prairies.
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  • American badger at Hole in the Wall (Photo by Jason Bantle)
    Hole in the Wall

    This property, an hour and forty minutes south of Regina, is 907 hectares (2,240 acres) of grasslands, making it a priority conservation site.
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  • Bald eagle (Photo by Keith Mombour)
    Maymont 5

    This property, just an hour northwest of Saskatoon, is 55 hectares (136 acres) of land that transitions from southern grasslands to more northerly forests, all part of the West Parklands Natural Area.
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  • Morlach property (Photo by NCC)
    Mortlach

    This property, just one hour west of Regina, is 50 hectares (124 acres) of rare, unbroken native mixed grasslands.
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  • Wild prairie rose at Nebo Property (Photo by Mike Dembeck)
    Nebo

    This property is situated in the transition zone that bridges boreal forest with prairie grasslands, about 50 minutes west of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
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  • Old Man on His Back Prairie and Heritage Conservation area (Photo by Branimir Gjetvaj)
    Old Man on His Back Prairie and Heritage Conservation Area

    The property, four and a half hours southwest of Regina, is 13,088 hectares (5,297 acres) of grassland. It is also s a nocturnal preserve and ranch, home to our herd of plains bison.
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  • Coyote pups at Pasqua Lake (Photo by Jason Bantle)
    Pasqua Lake

    This property, forty minutes northeast of Regina, is 113 hectares (280 acres) of protected marshes upstream of Pasqua Lake as well as trees and grasslands that filter and clean the lake's water.
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  • Cedar waxwing (Photo by Glen Maceachern)
    Upper Whitesand 2

    This property, forty minutes northwest of Yorkton, is 129 hectares (319 acres) of uplands and wetlands in the East Parkland Natural Area with a walking trail (1.6 km) tha runs diagonal from the southeast corner.
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  • View from the treetops (Photo by Jason Bantle)
    Valley View

    This property, just forty minutes from Regina, is 136 hectares (335 acres) of native grasslands and seasonal wetlands in the Upper Qu’Appelle Natural Area.
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  • NCC's Dale Gross looks out across the land at the Wideview property. (Photo by NCC)
    Wideview Complex

    This complex of properties, situated between the east and west blocks of Grasslands National Park, covers 1,222 hectares (3,021 acres) of rolling hills and native-dominant grasslands in the ecologically significant Milk River Basin. .
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