Coyote Lake, UNSRB, AB (Photo by NCC)

Coyote Lake, UNSRB, AB (Photo by NCC)

Stories From the Field

  • It's a wrap by Comedy_nose
    Support conservation with our holiday gift guide

    Looking for the perfect gift? Now that the holidays are nearly upon us, you too can support conservation while shopping at local businesses that partner with the Nature Conservancy of Canada.
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  • Volunteer Mark Tempset at CV event (Photo by NCC)
    Super volunteer Mark Tempest awarded National Philanthropy Day award

    Meet Mark Tempest, one of our super volunteers who received the National Philanthropy Day award this year.
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  • Conservation Volunteers at NCC's Hick's property in Alberta (Photo by NCC)
    International Volunteer Day

    December 5 marks International Volunteer Day. Founded by the United Nations in 1985, the day shines a spotlight on the more than one billion volunteers across the world who donate their time to support their communities.
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  • Denise and Avery at a CV event (Photo by NCC)
    The gift that keeps on giving

    When the lockdown for COVID-19 was announced, my yearning to head out and immerse myself in the wonders of volunteering in nature with the Nature Conservancy of Canada was redirected. My focus and my priorities were quickly realigned.
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  • Nathan and Dion Hrushkin at the Nodwell property (Photo by NCC)
    Nathan Hrushkin uncovers Alberta’s dinosaur history

    In July, 12-year-old aspiring paleontologist Nathan Hrushkin and his father, Dion were hiking on the Nodwell conservation site when they discovered some partially exposed dinosaur bones.
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  • Gus Yaki (Photo by NCC)
    A tribute to Gus Yaki

    An honest, hard-working, lead-by-example figure with a wealth of knowledge and endless enthusiasm, Gus Yaki passed away on August 10, at the age of 87 and left the world a better place for his having been in it.
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