Saskatchewan

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The Nature Conservancy of Canada's (NCC's) first project in Saskatchewan occurred in 1982 — a quarter-section of native grassland in the Qu'Appelle Coulee. NCC now helps to conserve more than 198,219 hectares (489,810 acres) of the province’s most ecologically significant land and water.

Stories from the Field

Meeting Lake 03 (Photo by NCC)

Meeting Lake 03 (Photo by NCC)

Ramping Up Restoration at Meeting Lake

NCC staff and volunteers plant trees at Meeting Lake 03 Continue Reading »

A nest box in NCC's Fairy Hill property in Saskatchewan (Photo by NCC)

A nest box in NCC's Fairy Hill property in Saskatchewan (Photo by NCC)

What we learned from feathery tenants at NCC’s Fairy Hill property

NCC's Tree Swallow Project aims to better understand how the species uses nest boxes. Another aim of the program is to understand the species’ reproductive success and nest survival over the breeding season. Continue Reading »

From Our Blog

Evening grosbeak (Photo by Anna Tchoulik)

Evening grosbeak (Photo by Anna Tchoulik)

Stopping habitat loss is the key to saving Canada’s endangered species

November 11, 2020

Canada has been losing and saving species for a long time. Since European settlement, over 100 species have been lost here. These include plants and animals that are extinct and extirpated and species that are considered historic (no one has seen... Continue Reading »

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