Devils Hole, Darkwoods, BC (Photo by NCC)

Devils Hole, Darkwoods, BC (Photo by NCC)

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  • American families donate Howe Bay forest to Nature Conservancy of Canada
    February 15, 2019

    New nature reserve in Howe Bay honours Great Aunt Lizzie
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  • Conservation puzzle coming together north of Montreal
    February 15, 2019

    With the acquisition of three properties, thanks to the help of generous donors, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has added some 234 acres (95 hectares) of protected natural areas in the Laurentian region of Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts.
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  • NCC expands wildlife conservation area near Pugwash
    February 11, 2019

    American donates coastal habitat for migratory birds.
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  • Land donation expands Nature Conservancy of Canada’s wildlife corridor project near Sackville
    February 11, 2019

    Thanks to a land donation in Halls Hills, near Sackville, there is more progress for one of the Maritimes’ most vital conservation corridors.
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  • Protect wetlands, help fight climate change
    February 6, 2019

    Wetland conservation is important to protect habitat for wildlife, and to help offset impacts of climate change.
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  • Protect wetlands, help fight climate change
    February 5, 2019

    NCC is working to conserve wetlands for wildlife habitat, and to help adapt to climate change.
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  • Protect wetlands, help fight climate change
    February 5, 2019

    Wetland conservation protects important habitat and also helps offset flooding and other potential impacts of climate change.
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  • Massive wetland creation project announced
    February 2, 2019

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is looking to undertake a large-scale, multi-year restoration project on Pelee Island in Lake Erie. Over the next few years, the national land conservation organization will create a substantial 62-acre (25-hectare) wetland, restore 20 acres (8 hectares) of native meadow, tackle invasive phragmites, and create new trails and signage to welcome island visitors and the local community.
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