While respecting nature's processes, we manage lands and waters for their natural values today and in the long term. We believe future generations deserve to inherit a biologically rich world. Guided by the best available conservation science, we are committed to continuous learning, and to finding practical, resourceful and innovative solutions to conservation challenges, while respecting the needs, values and culture of local communities.
Nature Conservancy of Canada (SK) will be taking part of the #Canada150 Bio Blitz on the 9th and 10th of June. The event is hosted by the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in partnership with local non profit environmental organizations. NCC will be hosting a guided tour of Wascana Marsh, discussing the human position in urban ecology. We will be collecting data and contributing it as part of the citizen science data collection for the event. we will also be making bird feeders at the event's base camp, which is located just beside the entrance to the conservation area. Hope to see you there!