A recurring question about invasive species management: when do we intervene and when do we let nature run its natural course? NCC summer intern Samantha Stegen talks about studying the impacts and management options for mouse-ear hawkweed.
Bright orange firedot lichens are common on Manitoba’s elm and oak trees. Learn about several types of lichen growing in Manitoba!
As we mark National Forest Week, let’s consider what our forests provide. Canada is home to nine per cent of the planet’s forests. From roots to canopy, trees continuously give. Starting beneath the ground, their expansive root systems help stabilize our hillsides and coastlines.
NCC's Saskatchewan Region is converting the old paper-based health assessment sheets into a data collection survey for mobile devices.
Five lichenicolous fungi in the genus Opegrapha have been reported for the first time in New Brunswick, including two species new to science!
The magic of Saskatchewan's prairie grasslands might just reveal themselves when you zoom in.
Growing vegetables in Calgary can be tricky, but with the collective wisdom and experience from urban gardeners, connecting with nature through gardening can be rewarding!
Grandparents often impart their values and passions on the younger generation. This is a story of Asha Swann's grandfather's cedar canoe and her family's memories locked between the grains.
Goldenrod is often mistaken for ragweed (one of the biggest irritants for seasonal allergies), as their flowering times coincide with one another.
Many wildflower guides only show pictures of the flowers and its leaves, and is sometimes impossible to identify plants during their fruiting stage.