Coyote Lake, UNSRB, AB (Photo by NCC)

Coyote Lake, UNSRB, AB (Photo by NCC)

Stories From the Field

  • Five input data sets for the Bow River Watershed (Photo by Suzanne Marechal)
    NatureTalks: Impact and Innovation in Conservation Science

    On Thursday, October 17, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is hosting a NatureTalks speaker series in Calgary, Alberta, to celebrate impact and innovation in conservation science.
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  • Megan Jensen and Ashlyn Herron (Photo courtesy Ashlyn Herron/NCC staff)
    Prairie fire

    It’s said that you never know the value of something until it becomes a memory. In 2017, my family made the decision to sell our farm. I felt a part of my heart and my identity remain alongside those acres of land when we left.
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  • Leta Pezderic and Lindsey Ledene (Photo by NCC)
    Volunteer to intern

    Lindsey Ledene has a long history with the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC). Last summer she volunteered with the Conservation Volunteers program, and this summer she worked as an intern to explore and steward land in southern Alberta!
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  • Crowsnest Pass (Photo by Carys Richards)
    Crowsnest community and conservation weekend

    This September, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is inviting Crowsnest Pass community members to come out for a weekend of conservation and celebration.
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  • Macoun's Arctic butterfly (Photo by Ashrunner's Photo Safaris)
    Riley’s butterfly find

    Ghost Horse Hills has a new species of butterfly living there. It’s always exciting when a species is found in an area where it’s never been seen before. But what’s even more exciting is when a student from a Grade 5 class is the one to find the butterfly and share the good news!
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  • Swift fox (Photo by Clio Smeeton)
    Cochrane Ecological Institute brings swift foxes back to Canada

    The Cochrane Ecological Institute (CEI) began a recovery program over 30 years ago to breed and reintroduce swift fox — an endangered species — back into the wild. After decades of hard work and dedication, this incredible organization has brought the swift fox back to Alberta and Canada!
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