Even the most polluted waters can be saved when society fights for a better future.
With offices in every province and over 2.6 million acres of land protected in more than 50 years, the Nature Conservancy of Canada is the nation’s leading land conservation organization. With a bevy of experts, thought leaders and information on our daily discoveries about Canada’s species and landscapes, the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s blog www.landlines.ca is a wealth of cool facts and thought-provoking reads.
In Canada and around the world, most wetlands are in trouble.
02/11/2019 10:54 EST
Once the ornaments and tinsel are off our tree, that tree stays on our property, forever.
12/28/2018 09:58 EST
It offers some of the best learning opportunities, it is accessible to all Canadians and it is free. Need more reasons?
07/18/2018 15:34 EDT
Ideas on how to engage at every level — at home, work or school — and ways to get involved in your municipality.
06/06/2018 10:33 EDT
It wasn't until I stepped out of the gym and started exercising in nature, that I found success in my weight loss journey.
04/27/2018 11:00 EDT
Pay attention to the sights, sounds and flavours — warmer weather's on the way.
04/03/2018 10:06 EDT
Some scientists have declared that Lake Winnipeg is a lost cause, but there is both reason and evidence for hope.
03/22/2018 11:16 EDT
Whether you are a fan of the film industry or not, we can all take time to appreciate the beauty of Canadian nature.
03/05/2018 09:32 EST
I wonder how my wildlife counterparts that have more independent offspring handle troubles with their young, and if I can be as graceful as them.
02/22/2018 08:41 EST
NCC has been working with the Cree Nation Government since 2015, providing technical support, with mapping software and tools.
02/02/2018 10:44 EST
If you didn't make any New Year's resolutions, if you've given up on the ones you made or if you want to add more to your list, make it a goal this year to devote yourself to nature. Getting out into...
01/30/2018 09:43 EST
Winter on the prairies is long and cold, often lasting from November until March, and with temperatures falling to -20 C or -30 C, it's a wonder that anything can survive here at all. However, a walk...
01/10/2018 10:43 EST
By putting more green into your step in 2018, you are not only benefiting the planet, you're boosting your own well-being.
01/02/2018 10:27 EST
Current issues, from climate change to protecting North Atlantic right whales, can seem overwhelming, but our history should give us hope.
12/27/2017 11:56 EST
I figured it was time to stoke the fire and get writing to the winter avoiders out there. So, before you pack your bags and head south, hear me out.
12/19/2017 09:51 EST
When the temperature drops and fall colours give way to bare trees and snowy scenes, we tend to huddle up for the winter. Much like the natural world, we either take off somewhere warm or enter a stat...
11/08/2017 13:51 EST
The natural world is full of species with spine-chilling survival techniques and adaptations.
10/27/2017 15:37 EDT
I can still remember the day I saw a Blanding's turtle for the first time. It was at Point Pelee National Park, in Ontario, in 1990 while working as co-op student studying rare plants. I thought it wa...
10/16/2017 13:53 EDT
My first introduction to protected areas targets was during my undergraduate at the University of Waterloo. Our Common Future (also known as the Brundtland Report), from the United Nations World Commi...
10/12/2017 13:44 EDT
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