Gullchucks Estuary, BC

Gullchucks Estuary, BC

Stories From the Field

  • Mushrooms of mycorrhizal fungi associated with Garry oak trees (Photo by Larry White)
    What's in a name?

    As we learn more about the mutually beneficial relationship between Garry oak trees and the microscopic fungi at their root tips, a team of researchers are untangling decades of misidentification with these fungi species.
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  • Side channel of Elk River at Morrissey Meadows (Photo by NCC)
    Building wetlands, enhancing resiliency

    Building a stable shoreline by Elk River's side channel in Morrissey Meadows is key to restoring connectivity for endangered trout species and ensuring ecosystem resiliency for carnivores traversing on the land.
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  • Darkwoods, as seen from the Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area at the south end of Kootenay Lake, BC. (Photo by M. A. Beaucher)
    Solo 1,400-kilometre bike ride for awareness

    Alex Simakov cycled from Calgary to Vancouver to raise awareness for NCC's work in the Canadian Rockies.
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  • Lac du Bois (Photo by NCC)
    Cleaning up Lac du Bois

    Lac du Bois is a popular spot to hang out in nature. But all this love can leave a mess. Our annual cleanup at this conservation area finds out just what get left behind after a year of picnics in the grasslands.
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  • The Wetlands Workforce crew installing live stakes at Chase Woods Nature Preserve (Photo by Cheyenne Bergenhenegouwen, BCWF Wetlands Workforce)
    Bioengineering with trees

    Learn about a simple and age-old method for using nature to restore nature.
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  • Wetland Workforce at Chase Woods Nature Preserve (Photo by Cheyenne Bergenhenegouwen, BCWF Wetlands Workforce)
    Wetlands Workforce

    NCC welcomes the largest collaborative wetland initiative of its kind- the Wetlands Workforce initiative.
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