Seeing Canada through the trees: How Canadians can lead the world in forest conservation

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by Dan Kraus, Nature Conservancy of Canada Forests define our Canadian geography and identity. One-third of our country is covered with trees, and forests occur in every province and territory. Jobs in forestry employ more than 200,000 Canadians and support many Indigenous and northern communities. Our forests are the reason why I’ve had days in […]

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Rescuing roadside reptiles

by Kristyn Ferguson It was a warm, late-June evening, while driving on a backroad near my home in Guelph, Ontario, when I saw a familiar sight up ahead: a car pulled off to the side of the road, at least one human standing on the road, looking concerned, and the dome of a turtle’s shell […]

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What should we do about invasive species?

by Julie Sveinson Pelc Manager of Stewardship Programs, Nature Conservancy of Canada (Manitoba) Invasive alien species (IAS) have been identified as one of the greatest threats to biodiversity. It’s therefore no surprise that controlling and eradicating them is one of the top priorities for the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC’s) Manitoba Region. IAS are defined […]

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