Winter 2019

NCC Magazine Winter 2019

NCC Magazine Winter 2019

Coming the week of February 25: Learn about Indigenous-led conservation, the partnerships between Indigenous Peoples and the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) to conserve lands, combating climate change with conservation...and more!

Contents

Conservation: New Pathways

Fighting climate change with conservation

Nature conservation will help store carbon and allow people and wildlife to adapt to the changes brought on by climate change. Read more >

Pointe Saint-Pierre

This gem on the Gaspé Peninsula offers natural and historic treasures. Read more >

Water smart

Anishinaabe artist and curator Jaimie Isaac respects her connection to nature by always using a reusable water canteen.

A kinship with the land

Indigenous Peoples and the Nature Conservancy of Canada are partnering to conserve lands that thread together Indigenous values, language and culture. Read more >

Swift fox

Travelling up to 60 kilometres per hour, the swift fox is aptly named. Read more >

Project updates

Expanding our efforts in Darkwoods, big news about the little brown bat and cross-country skiing for conservation in Quebec.

Reciprocity with the land

Nuu-chah-nulth Canadian political scientist Eli Enns shares how Indigenous-led conservation efforts can foster reconciliation between people and nature. Read more >

There's nothing like it

Reflecting on a blessedly long season on the Big Lake (Lake Superior) in Ontario. Read more >

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