See how the transfer of lands from one land trust to another can assure the securement of important natural areas.

Former TLC lands are in good hands

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The Nature Conservancy of Canada and TD Bank Group have released a new report that assigns an economic value to the real ecological goods and services that forests provide to Canadians. Hear the paper’s co-authors, Dan Kraus and Brian DePratto, discuss the report.
In honour of International Women’s Day (March 8), we’re celebrating eight female conservationists at NCC who are working to create a stronger future for Canada’s landscapes. Today we celebrate Julie Vasseur.

Women in Conservation: Julie Vasseur

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Don't forget to tune into our #FacebookLive session today at 12 p.m. EST.

TD and the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) have released a new report that assigns an economic value to the real ecological goods and services that forests provide to Canadians. Join us today to hear the paper’s co-authors, Dan Kraus and Brian DePratto, discuss the report.
NCC's Dan Kraus discusses climate change and its link to Canadian weather patterns on CTV News.

CTV News: 'An extraordinary year'

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Today is #WorldWaterDay! From Campbell River Estuary in British Columbia to the Grand Codroy Estuary in Newfoundland and Labrador, NCC has been working to protect watersheds and wetland areas across Canada.

Dip your toes into World Water Day

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Today is #WorldWaterDay. Canada has access to an extraordinary amount of fresh water. See what NCC is doing to protect this precious resource.
Canada's 3.5 million square kilometres of forest represent 9% of all forests left of earth. See the value of Canadian forests this #InternationalDayofForests.

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TD and the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) have released a new report that assigns an economic value to the real ecological goods and services that forests provide to Canadians.

Join us for a #FacebookLive session with the paper’s co-authors, Dan Kraus and Brian DePratto, Thursday, March 23 at 12 p.m. EST.

International Forests Day: Why saving a forest makes good economic sense.

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Today is #InternationalDayofForests! See how we can apply the tools of economics to better value and protect these green spaces.

Pricing the priceless

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What happens if there’s no suitable habitat left for Canada's songbirds?

Songbird SOS

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Today is World Sparrow Day! To celebrate the beginning of spring take a look at some of the different Canadian sparrow species.

The wonderful world of sparrows

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Thanks to 10 generous volunteers, the trails of the Alfred-Kelly Nature Reserve are ready for nature lovers.

Enjoy the trails of the Alfred-Kelly Nature Reserve in the Laurentians!

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Today we remember a long-time NCC supporter, Ray Van Steinburg. NCC is proud to have partnered with Ray and his family to conserve more than 1,300 acres of productive valley-bottom grassland in Wycliffe, B.C.

Remembering Ray Van Steinburg

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Happy St. Patrick's Day! This year forget the green-coloured drinks and try going green in a new way.

Five ways to be green this St. Patricks Day

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The Frontenac Arch serves as a natural link for wildlife traveling between the Adirondacks in the United States and the forests of the Algonquin Highlands in Canada.

A species' international highway

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In honour of International Women’s Day (March 8), this month we’re celebrating female conservationists at NCC who are working to create a stronger future for Canada’s landscapes. Today we honour Carissa Sideroff.

Women in conservation: Carissa Sideroff

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Staff at NCC are incredibly knowledgeable when it comes to diverse habitats across Canada. The only exception is the habitats they go to when we leave the office every day: their homes.

The forgotten habitat

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"When I reached the valley edge, it was easy to understand why people would be attracted to stopping here: the view of the prairie is soul-satisfying."

My winter hike at Big Valley

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#DYK Of all the North American birds of prey, great horned owls have the most varied diet. They mainly feed on small- to medium-sized mammals and some birds, such as ducks and geese.

Featured Species: Great horned owl

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