Bunchberry Meadows (Photo by NCC)

Bunchberry Meadows (Photo by NCC)

News Releases

  • Over 90 per cent of prairie Canada’s water originates on the eastern slopes of the Rockies. (Photo by Bob Hawkesworth)
    New conservation area near Waterton key to wildlife and community health
    March 31, 2022

    At nearly 700 hectares, the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s latest conservation project fills in the biggest remaining gap in protected land in the Waterton Park Front.
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  • NCC's Chapel Rock property is located in the Waterton Park Front, in southwest Alberta. (Photo by Brent Calver)
    Southwest Alberta rancher protects provincially rare habitat
    February 22, 2022

    NCC's Chapel Rock property is located in the Castle-Crowsnest Watershed Natural Area and was first homesteaded by Joseph Pisony in 1912.
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  • Cows on Belly River property (Photo by Brent Calver)
    Nature Conservancy of Canada adds to conservation landscape around Waterton Lakes National Park
    December 2, 2021

    NCC is announcing the securement of the Belly River property, a new conservation site in the Waterton area.
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  • Fyten-Lea, Red Deer River Natural Area, AB (Photo by NCC)
    New project maps important areas for Red Deer River watershed health
    September 14, 2021

    A new interactive online portal will be used to identify hydrologically significant areas in the Red Deer River watershed.
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  • Camera trap image of a deer with a fawn in the Crowsnest Pass (Photo by NCC)
    New trail cameras showcase significant wildlife activity in southern Alberta
    August 31, 2021

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada, the Miistakis Institute and Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute are working on a multi-year project to record wildlife movement across Highway 3 in the Crowsnest Pass.
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  • Canada warbler (Photo by Gerald Deboer)
    Family donates 65-hectare site to Nature Conservancy of Canada
    July 8, 2021

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is announcing a new conservation site southwest of Edmonton. Located near the hamlet of Winfield, in the county of Wetaskiwin, the 65-hectare (160-acre) property has been generously donated for conservation by the Brown family.
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