Learn about the role that forests play in combating climate change.
For some, there’s nothing more satisfying than a healthy lawn full of lush, green grass. But I recently came across the concept of alternative lawns: layers of diverse ground cover that promise environmental, economic and aesthetic benefits, including reduced care, to the suburban lawn owner.
On May 16, 2019, I participated in the Meadows for Monarchs Conservation Volunteers event, which was hosted by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) and generously supported by Earth Rangers.
What is it like to spend a day in a wetland? Read our blog to see how one summer stewardship intern tackles this daunting yet fascinating ecosystem.
In honour of International Cat Day, learn about the three wild cat species found in Canada.
If heading higher and higher up the hills with a smile on your face is your thing, then you need not look very far. Happy Valley Forest, just one hour north of Toronto, can satisfy that craving.
NCC's 2019 national conservation engagement intern interviews four NCC staff about building a career in conservation.
In this blog post, I continue my conversation with six female Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) Saskatchewan Region interns about their work this summer and their perspective on the future of conservation.
Nature knows no borders, but how do you study ecosystems that are beyond the scope of provinces and countries? Read on to see what our Atlantic regional office are doing to preserve the important freshwater habitats of Eastern Canada and the United States.
Every day, countless inspiring and informative stories are published about conservation successes or discoveries in nature and wildlife around the world. Here are some that caught our attention in July 2019.