NCC Magazine Spring 2017
Coming April 17: Stories about small acts of conservation, one family's intergenerational love for nature, what a scout packs in her backpack to go on adventures...and more!
Coast to Coast
Learn about five small acts you can do to help conservation.
Boots on the Trail
Visit Yellow Quill Prairie Preserve, a 1440-acre (580-hectare) area south of Brandon in Manitoba that still bears faint traces of the Yellow Quill Trail.
National Youth Commissioner and Chair of Scouts Canada's National Youth Network, Caitlyn Piton shares her five spring adventure must-haves.
Meet Danielle Robertson whose roots in Nova Scotia's Port Joli run as deep as the rich history there.
Learn about an unassuming species that plays a major role in Canada's coastal ecosystems.
News from British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Force for Nature
Long-time NCC supporter and donor, Richard Ivey discusses his and his family's life-long connection with nature.
The late Stuart McLean, writer and broadcaster and NCC ambassador, pens the story of Eric and Doris, an outdoorsy couple from Edmonton.
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