Puffins (Photo by Bill Caulfeild-Browne)

Puffins (Photo by Bill Caulfeild-Browne)

Feature Stories

  • Once a farm field, now a new wetland (Photo by NCC)
    Restoration: What viable ecosystems can do for us and how we can get there

    At the Nature Conservancy of Canada, we conserve biodiversity by acquiring and protecting important natural areas. But because of habitat degradation, NCC must often restore ecosystems in the areas where we work.
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  • Waterfall, Vidal Bay, ON (Photo by Esme Batten/NCC staff)
    Wrapping up the year with all that you’ve helped accomplish for nature

    It’s been a year of amazing conservation outcomes for the Nature Conservancy of Canada. Learn about 11 conservation highlights across Canada in 2021 and the priorities in the year ahead.
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  • Hole in the Wall, SK (Photo by Jason Bantle)
    That’s a wrap! A look back at 10 conservation highlights from coast to coast in 2022

    It’s been a busy year for the Nature Conservancy of Canada. Let's take a look at some highlights from 2022 and the conservation you've helped make possible.
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  • A meadow of common camas in bloom at the Cowichan Garry Oak Preserve (Photo by Paul Hacker)
    All about NCC at COP15

    At COP15, 196 member nations will be attending a series of meetings to finalize the next Global Biodiversity Framework, which sets out a plan to implement broad-based action to stop and reverse the destruction of nature, and to transform society's relationship with nature by 2050.
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  • Sage and Sparrow Conservation Area, BC (Photo by NCC)
    6 Nature Destinations to go for a hike at this summer

    In honour of International Trails Day, here are six Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) Nature Destinations to go for a hike at this summer.
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  • John Lounds (Photo by Mike Ford)
    A spring message from our president & CEO, John Lounds

    Earlier this week I had the pleasure of welcoming a few surprise visitors to my home. I know that sounds a little odd. We’re in the middle of a pandemic! But there they were, a lively little flock of yellow-rumped warblers, grabbing a quick snack on their way north and reminding me that spring is here. Imagine: if I hadn’t been working from home, I would have missed them.
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  • Colpitt Lake in the Shaw Wilderness Park (Photo by Adam Cornick, Acorn Art & Photography)
    Why urban nature matters

    Urban natural environments provide many benefits to people, including cleaner air, recreation, food security and flood protection.
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