Coyote Lake, UNSRB, AB (Photo by NCC)

Coyote Lake, UNSRB, AB (Photo by NCC)

Stories From the Field

  • A tree is planted at Golden Ranches (Photo by Project Forest)
    The germination of a restoration and climate leader

    Restoring natural ecosystems takes time and planning, but fortunately new experts in the field are helping lead the charge.
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  • Stephen's bike and tent (Photo by Stephen Thor)
    Gearing up support for NCC

    People support NCC in many ways, but only a few have travelled thousands of kilometres to do so.
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  • Common yellowthroat (Photo by Sean Feagan / NCC staff)
    How to become a better friend with nature

    Nature can be an incredible friend. It is always there for you, it can teach you things and it can bring you peace when times are tough.
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  • Polyphemus moth (Photo by Greg Pohl)
    Shining a light on moth diversity

    Moths are not as widely adored as butterflies, but they are diverse, ecologically important and beautiful in their own right.
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  • A sharp-tailed grouse displaying at a lek in Alberta (Photo by Leta Pezderic / NCC staff)
    A wildlife experience worth an early rise

    The reward of waking up at painfully early hours to survey wildlife can last a lifetime.
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  • Sagebrush at sunset (Photo by Sean Feagan / NCC Staff)
    Indigenous-led conservation: Part of the path forward

    The pathway to Reconciliation is long and complex, but Indigenous-led conservation can help forge the way.
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