Featured Projects

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

    NCC's Asquith Complex of properties, located about 30 minutes by vehicle west of Saskatoon, covers 1,40 acres (420 hectares) 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 Property

    This 552-acre (223-hectare) property joins the provincial Valeport Wildlife Management Area to offer 2,734 acres (1,106 hectares) of diverse natural habitat for numerous animal and plant species.
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  • Black-capped chickadee (Photo by Paul Turbitt)
    Buffalo Valley 2

    Thank you for visiting the Buffalo Valley 2 Property, owned and conserved by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) in Saskatchewan.
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  • Dundurn property (Photo by Jason Bantle)
    Dundurn

    The Dundurn property was identified as a priority for NCC to acquire due to its pristine natural state and connectivity to surrounding native habitat.
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  • Prairie rose (Photo by Karol Dabbs)
    Edenwold

    Thank you for visiting the Edenwold Complex, owned and conserved by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) in Saskatchewan.
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  • Fairy Hill, SK (Photo by Cherie Westmoreland)
    Fairy Hill South

    Fairy Hill South in Saskatchewan is not just about the future of wild spaces and uncommon wildlife species. It's also about partnerships and people.
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  • Conservation Volunteers Bioblitz, Fairy Hill South, Saskatchewan (Photo by NCC)
    Fairy Hill South 3

    Thank you for visiting the FairyHill South 3 Property, owned and conserved by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) in Saskatchewan.
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  • Val Marie Frenchman River pasture, Saskatchewan (Photo by Sarah Green)
    Frenchman River Watershed

    Located in southwestern Saskatchewan, the Frenchman River offers a corridor of critical wildlife habitat on the southern edge of the famous Palliser Triangle, known as 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

    The Hole in the Wall property is rich in grasslands, plants, animals and history. It is a priority conservation site, as the vast majority of the property’s 2,240 acres (907 hectares) are intact native grasslands.
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  • Bald eagle (Photo by Keith Mombour)
    Maymont 5

    Thank you for visiting the Maymont 5 Property owned and conserved by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) in Saskatchewan.
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  • Morlach property (Photo by NCC)
    Mortlach Property

    Flying over the Missouri Coteau in southern Saskatchewan, one is struck by the thousands of lakes and potholes – diamonds in the rough, shimmering in the sunshine. Each of these potholes is incredibly important, as they are often selected by breeding pairs of waterfowl for their nesting habitat.
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  • Wild prairie rose at Nebo Property (Photo by Mike Dembeck)
    Nebo property

    Nebo is situated in the transition zone that bridges boreal forest with prairie grasslands. It is situated about 50 minutes by vehicle 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 Old Man on His Back Prairie and Heritage Conservation Area continues to be one of our flagship projects and a beacon of hope for protecting our remaining intact native grasslands.
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  • Coyote pups at Pasqua Lake (Photo by Jason Bantle)
    Pasqua Lake

    The Pasqua Lake property is located 75 kilometres northeast of Regina and just upstream of Pasqua Lake. The property is within the Aspen Parkland ecoregion, an area of national importance due to its high biodiversity.
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  • Cedar waxwing (Photo by Glen Maceachern)
    Upper Whitesand 2

    Thank you for visiting the Upper Whitesand 2 Property, owned and conserved by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) in Saskatchewan.
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  • View from the treetops (Photo by Jason Bantle)
    Valley View

    The Valley View conservation project enhances one of the most significant wildlife habitat corridors across southern Saskatchewan due to its location within the Qu’Appelle Valley, which stretches west to east across the province.
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  • NCC's Dale Gross looks out across the land at the Wideview property. (Photo by NCC)
    Wideview Complex

    Next to Grasslands National Park, Wideview is another example of southwest Saskatchewan's natural beauty.
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