Spring 2016

Spring 2016

Spring 2016

Welcome to the new Nature Conservancy of Canada Magazine! Our aim when designing this publication was to create a space to share new and expanded stories about the people, spaces and species behind our work and to inspire you in the process.

In our first issue (excerpted in part below), you'll read updates on some of our projects from coast to coast, how our volunteers are helping maintain or improve some of our landscapes and how poetry and words have the ability to generate real change and connection. You'll also read about how landscape-scale conservation can help habitats and species remain resilient in the face of climate change and all of the uncertain transformations that are bound to come with it.


Coast to Coast
Three ways volunteers help the land

Boots on the Trail
Discover a property that links the land with Canada's rail history
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Backpack Essentials
NCC President & CEO, John Lounds, shares five tried and true items he loves

Excerpt: Bracing for Change: The Nature Conservancy of Canada's habitat conservation and land management programs can help mitigate the impacts of climate change
By Allan Britnell
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Species Profile
Meet the star in one of North America's best comeback stories
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Project Updates
News from Nova Scotia's Port Joli Harbour, Alberta's Bunchberry Meadows and southern Saskatchewan's Learning the Land project

Force for Nature
Author Lorna Crozier expresses what can't be said about the natural world

Close Encounters
A boy discovers wolves, deer, and a humongous fungus.

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