NCC Magazine Summer 2020
Protecting Canada’s endemic species
These plants and animals are uniquely Canadian; they’re not found anywhere else in the world. Read more >
Explore wide open grasslands along a beautiful shoreline in Saskatchewan’s Qu’Appelle Valley.
A pocketful of action
With her Swiss Army Knife in hand, writer and editor Kim Gray is always ready for adventure and possibility. Read more >
Nature’s way forward
NCC’s Darkwoods property in BC provides a blueprint for how nature-based solutions can help reduce carbon emissions and mitigate the impacts of climate change. Read an except here >
Gulf of St. Lawrence beach pinweed
The future of this highly specialized beach dune species is threatened by rising sea levels and coastal development.
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An ever-growing success in New Brunswick; new digital project in Ontario; improving road safety in Quebec’s Laurentians.
Bring nature home
Connect virtually to Canada this summer and become a Force for Nature from home. Read more >
Family memories made one paddle stroke at a time. Read more >
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