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National Boreal Program
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Your Forest Podcast – All About The National Boreal Program

DUC's National Boreal Program was delighted to be featured on Edmonton's Your Forest Podcast on January 13, 2020. Thank you to Matthew Kristoff for hosting and inviting us on the podcast. If you want to know all about our National Boreal Program, the next 90 minutes will bring you up to speed.

DU Conserve: The Boreal Forest

See the people and places that matter to wetlands conservation in DU Conserve Films. Ducks Unlimited's first Conserve film focuses on northern Canada's vast Boreal Forest. This area provides critical breeding habitat for North America's waterfowl populations.

Estimating carbon sequestration in wetlands

Boreal wetlands, particularly peatlands, play an important role in regulating global climate by storing a tremendous amount of carbon. The more we learn about these wetlands, the better able we’ll be to conserve them and mitigate the effects of climate change.

Indigenous Land Use Planning in Akaitcho Néné

Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) and the Akaitcho Treaty 8 Tribal Council have undertaken one of the largest, most innovative Indigenous-led land use planning projects in Canadian history. Together, they’re mapping 77 million acres (31 million hectares) of boreal wetlands in Akaitcho Néné, NWT.

Canada’s boreal forest – a vital ecosystem

The boreal forest is one of the most important ecosystems in the world. Canada’s boreal forest presents one of our best opportunities for conservation because of its biological, cultural and economic importance.
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