Conservation volunteer shoreline clean up (Photo by Stephen DesRoches)

Conservation volunteer shoreline clean up (Photo by Stephen DesRoches)

Roving Reporters report back!

Roving Reporters get to be honorary reporters for the day at a Conservation Volunteers event. They capture their day in nature with Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) biologists and fellow volunteers, and then share their findings.

And as a bonus, Roving Reporters are entered into a draw for a $25 MEC gift card!

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Read some amazing creations from our Roving Reporters, below:

  • Pond at Nebo (Photo by Bill Armstrong)

    Out in the woods at Nebo

    Having experienced several Conservation Volunteers (CV) events on Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) properties over several years, spending...
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  • Fence lined with vinyl clips stretch across the prairie at NCC's Wideview property in Saskatchewan. (Photo by Bill Armstrong)

    Wideview revisited

    Barbed-wire fence clips help prevent wildlife injuries out on the prairies. Find out how.
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  • Conservation Volunteer removing wire (Photo by NCC)

    My first de-fencing lesson

    Learn how a Conservation Volunteer helped save endangered cut-throat trout.
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  • Meadows for Monarchs event participants (Photo by NCC)

    Meadows for Monarchs

    On May 16, 2019, I participated in the Meadows for Monarchs Conservation Volunteers event, which was hosted by the Nature Conservancy of...
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  • A lesson on vernal pools by Jenna Siu (Photo by Daniel Abdelmassih)

    Volunteer to learn

    On September 29, 2018, I participated in my first Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) Conservation Volunteers event. During the event, I and...
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  • Conservation Volunteers, NCC staff and Bruce Peninsula National park staff (Photo by NCC)

    The best defence is an eco-fence!

    As budding naturalists with a particular interest in reptiles and amphibians, my husband and I jumped at the chance to participate in the...
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  • Conservation Volunteers with bags of invasive common burdock. (Photo by NCC)

    The blitz of the burdock brigade

    Bill Armstrong, a Conservation Volunteer with the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC), retells his day at NCC's Fairy Hill 1 property, hacking...
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