Are you inspired by stepping foot into your backyard, wandering through forests or taking a stroll through open grassland to see what new adventures your day will bring? Do you have a curious side that finds you appreciating the birds that soar through the air, or searching for elk, deer or pronghorn munching on grass? Do you stop to smell the flowers and watch the bees move from plant to plant, moving pollen as they go? Do you get down on your hands and knees to look at what might be hiding in the grass or under the leaves?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be a conservation explorer!
The Nature Conservation of Canada’s (NCC's) conservation team in Alberta works every day to steward, manage, document and explore the places we protect in order to learn more about the amazing habitats, species, diversity and communities Albertans have at their doorstep. We build partnerships with landowners, neighbours, stewardship groups, academic institutions, other land trusts, naturalist groups and a variety of levels of government.
This site is a place where you can learn about some of the projects and initiatives NCC is involved with and gain a better understanding of the great work that NCC’s conservation explorers are doing in Alberta.
Follow along as we continue to bring you more content through this conservation explorer web page!
Conservation Science Impact Fund
NCC is committed to building conservation research partnerships that allow our team to engage in projects that will influence our work within the habitats we protect.
Maps and data help NCC and our partners to conserve, steward, and plan for conservation action required to protect Alberta’s unique habitat, species and landscapes.
Science and Stewardship Initiatives
Learn about some of the great projects that are shaping NCC's conservation work.
Stewardship Information Centre
When it comes to on the ground stewardship, NCC relies on our own knowledge base, partner expertise, landowner experience, and best management practices.