Old Man on His Back Prairie and Heritage Conservation area (Photo by Alan Dyer)

Old Man on His Back Prairie and Heritage Conservation area (Photo by Alan Dyer)

Stories From the Field

  • Jean Kendall (left) and her 10-year-old granddaughter Tanaeya Kring walk through the fields of grasslands at NCC's Old Man on His Back site. (Photo by Mark Taylor)
    Grandmother-granddaughter duo travel 2,500 km to visit NCC grassland property

    A grandmother and her granddaughter traveled from northern Ontario to southwest Saskatchewan to see NCC's Old Man on His Back property.
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  • NCC's Cameron Wood hikes with the Google Trekker at Fairy Hill. (Photo by NCC)
    People with disabilities can virtually hike NCC conservation sites

    Not everyone is lucky enough to have bodies that can hike. The Nature Conservancy of Canada is bringing nature to people like Timmy England.
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  • Robin Poitras jingles bells on her knees as part of a dance performance at NCC's Fairy Hill. (Photo by NCC)
    Culture and dance brought to Fairy Hill conservation site

    Grasslands are important for nature conservation, but they are also an important part of human history. Dancers helped add to the culture that has been at NCC's Fairy Hill for centuries.
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  • Rick Huziak, RASC and Mark Wartman, NCC Saskatchewan, admire the telescope, dedicated to a former interpreter, Sue Dumontel (Photo by NCC)
    Old Man on His Back is a ranch to remember!

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada is celebrating 20 years of grasslands conservation at its Old Man on His Back Prairie and Heritage Conservation Area ranch in southwestern Saskatchewan.
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  • Badger (Photo courtesy of USFWS)
    Harrowing badgers mean business

    There's never a dull day for staff of the Nature Conservancy of Canada. Sometimes, the unexpected can be a little bit frightening.
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  • Female western bluebird (Photo by Bill Pennell)
    Putting a cap on it

    Sometimes the smallest efforts have the biggest impact. Capping fence posts can make a huge difference for songbirds and other wildlife.
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