Coyote Lake, UNSRB, AB (Photo by NCC)

Coyote Lake, UNSRB, AB (Photo by NCC)

Stories From the Field

  • Coyote Lake CV event (Photo by NCC)
    Coyote Lake: Community coming together

    There are few things more rewarding then sitting down with a group of friends to enjoy a well-earned barbecue after a day of physical activity, which is what Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) staff members, Conservation Volunteers and Coyote Lake community members did earlier this summer.
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  • Completed bird box at Telus event (Photo by NCC)
    Telus partners with NCC to build bird boxes

    To celebrate the Year of the Bird, the Nature Conservancy of Canada partnered with Telus to host nest box-making workshops in Alberta.
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  • Swift fox in southern Alberta (Photo by NCC)
    If you conserve it, they will come

    A den of swift foxes, a species once extinct in Canada, was discovered on a Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) conservation site in southeast Alberta in July.
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  • Steven Siffledeen learns about amphibian life cycles at Bunchberry Meadows CV event (Photo by NCC)
    First time for everything

    Steven Siffledeen has a passion for biology, so when his mother told him about an upcoming Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) event to survey amphibians at Bunchberry Meadows, he didn’t need a lot of encouragement to sign up.
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  • Remote camera for off-site watering systems (Photo by NCC)
    Remote monitoring off-site watering systems

    Solar-powered watering systems are becoming a popular tool for farmers and ranchers looking to help the environment while also improving their livestock operation.
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  • Conservation Volunteers Barb Collier and Kathy Manyk are all smiles as they lay mulch mats over elderberry shrubs. (Photo by NCC)
    Making an impact on the prairies

    Caring for our conservation lands, and supporting others in adopting best methods for land stewardship, is a core part of the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC’s) mission. It's something we couldn’t do without the support of volunteers. Since 2006, 18,790 volunteers have taken part in NCC’s Conservation Volunteers (CV) program, supporting more than 1,500 projects within natural areas from coast to coast.
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