In light of Canada Parks Day, Dan Kraus discusses the value and benefits of carbon parks and reserves that would support Canada's Target 1 commitment to protect 17 per cent of land and inland waters by 2020.
Helen Davis of Artemis Wildlife Consultants shares the exciting news of black bears using artificial black bear dens designed to simulate naturally occurring den structures that are in shortage in the Nimpkish Valley on Vancouver Island.
Every summer, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) hires students from across the country to work in its summer intern program. The students help complete valuable conservation and fundraising work during their time here.
Veshani Sewlall, NCC's summer 2018 communications intern, shares why planting native plants in urban spaces is important for creating habitat for wildlife.
Try out these mouth-watering, fail-proof recipes inspired by things Canadians can find in their own backyards. Help fight invasive species by turning them into tasty meals on the dinner table.
Learn how to take a LEAP for the environment like a Scout!
Breanna Silversides, NCC's GIS summer intern in Saskatchewan, explains why her work behind the computer contributes to conservation and helps scientists protect nature.
Hannah Schaepsmeyer, NCC's engagement intern in the Alberta region, recalls a fulfilling first month in her internship. From fence removals to species surveys and in-office workshops, she continues to be amazed at the incredible work ethic and passion for nature her colleagues and volunteers have.
School's out and summer's in. While classes and homework are cast aside from students' minds for two months, it doesn't mean learning has to stop. Sherry Nigro shares the benefits of sending kids to nearby nature, which offers some of the best learning opportunities and is accessible to all Canadians, for free.
Did you know birds build all sorts of homes? On the ground, in cavities and in trees. Learn about the different types of nests and how to help nesting birds.