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NCC’s Nebo property (Photo by Branimir Gjetvaj)

NCC’s Nebo property (Photo by Branimir Gjetvaj)

News Releases

  • Diverse grassland region now conserved in Saskatchewan
    August 16, 2022

    A large piece of grassland in southwest Saskatchewan is now protected. The Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC’s) Rangeview conservation project is located south of Robsart, Saskatchewan, and approximately six kilometres west of the Old Man on His Back Prairie and Heritage Conservation Area, NCC’s flagship property in the province.
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  • Exciting news for Saskatchewan residents who pooled together SGI rebates for conservation
    June 22, 2022

    With the support of public and private donors, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC), a not-for-profit, private land conservation organization, today announced a new conservation project in southern Saskatchewan. Located approximately an hour and 45 minutes from Regina, the Lonetree Lake property consists of 629 hectares of endangered grasslands and wetlands.
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  • Good news for Southwest Sandhills
    May 25, 2022

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) announced today that SaskEnergy has provided $50,000 to support conservation and stewardship in the Southwest Sandhills in Saskatchewan. SaskEnergy’s support will fund research, conservation plans and partnerships to implement activities that will support the sustainable management of the area and a diversity of species, several of which are at risk.
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  • Mashkode-bizhiki | Plains bison herd successfully re-established to The Key First Nation in Saskatchewan
    February 1, 2022

    Through partnerships with the Government of Canada and Nature Conservancy of Canada, a new plains bison herd has been established, renewing cultural, historical and ecological connections for Indigenous community, ensuring the survival and well-being of this iconic and majestic animal.
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  • Prairie hot spot for shorebirds now conserved
    November 24, 2021

    During spring and fall migrations, thousands of shorebirds use Chaplin Lake and the surrounding grasslands to stop and refuel or nest.
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  • Important area of connected habitat conserved through collaboration
    July 12, 2021

    The protection of grasslands and wetlands is a major priority in Saskatchewan and not-for-profit organizations Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) and the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) are working together to conserve a remarkable natural area.
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  • Mosaic contributes to care and protection of endangered grasslands and wetlands in Saskatchewan
    June 2, 2021

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) announced today that Mosaic provided US$60,000 to support NCC’s conservation and stewardship of ecologically significant land and water in Saskatchewan. Mosaic’s support will fund research, inventories, monitoring and property management on NCC properties in the province.
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  • Nature Conservancy of Canada suggests leaving lawns alone in May
    May 3, 2021

    Nature Conservancy of Canada suggests leaving lawns alone in May. Abandoning springtime chore can help nature.
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  • Plant native flowers this spring
    April 21, 2021

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is offering suggestions for naturalizing your backyards and connecting with nature close to home.
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  • Key piece of grasslands conserved in southern Saskatchewan
    November 4, 2020

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) and its partners today announced the protection of a new conservation site in the southwest corner of the province, close to the Village of Consul, Saskatchewan.
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  • Important conservation area near Saskatoon expands
    October 14, 2020

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) and its partners announced today an important land purchase that expands a major conservation area in central Saskatchewan.
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  • The Nature Conservancy of Canada protects shoreline along Buffalo Pound Lake
    August 24, 2020

    The Nature Conservancy of Canada announced the purchase of a new conservation site, located 40 kilometres from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. It consists of 866 hectares (2,140 acres) of native grasslands and seven kilometres of shoreline along the north shore of Buffalo Pound Lake.
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