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

Hoary bat (Photo by Sarah Ludlow/NCC)

Hoary bat (Photo by Sarah Ludlow/NCC)

Bat research in Saskatchewan

Research will help us understand what habitat is being used for roost sites. With this information, NCC can tailor management in the areas to aid in the protection and recovery of bats. Continue Reading »

A History of the Nature Conservancy of Canada (Courtesy Oxford University Press CDA)

A History of the Nature Conservancy of Canada (Courtesy Oxford University Press CDA)

Results you can walk on

A book review of A History of the Nature Conservancy of Canada by the late Dr. Bill Freedman. Readers interested in learning why organizations go about their work in a certain way will find much of interest in Bill’s telling of the evolution of NCC in its governance and operational practices as it worked toward protecting and enhancing critical habitats across Canada. Continue Reading »

From Our Blog

Swift fox (Photo by Karol Dabbs)

Swift fox (Photo by Karol Dabbs)

Not to be outfoxed

November 22, 2021

Back in 2017, I wrote a blog detailing my ongoing quest to find a swift fox in the wild. A little over two years later, I thought I would provide an update. Since December 2017, I have continued to spend a substantial amount of time wandering the... Continue Reading »

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