CONSERVATION GRANTS: FEATURED STORIES

Managing Working Forests to Benefit Iconic Swallow-tailed Kites

Managing Working Forests to Benefit Iconic Swallow-tailed Kites

American Bird Conservancy (ABC) is working this spring with forest landowners in the southeastern United States to provide nesting sites for the unmistakable Swallow-tailed Kite, now and into the future.
Conservation through forest certification to help species at risk

Conservation through forest certification to help species at risk

One of the best parts of my work at the Sustainable Forestry Initiative is the opportunity I have to collaborate with researchers, academics and other conservation leaders throughout Canada and the United States.
Secret food habitats of caribou suggest habitat improvements

Secret food habitats of caribou suggest habitat improvements

Woodland caribou are considered threatened throughout much of Canada’s vast boreal forest.
Creating a generation of conservationists

Creating a generation of conservationists

The Canadian kids’ conservation organization, Earth Rangers wants to create a new generation of conservationists by focusing on hope.
On World Water Day - forests are the answer

On World Water Day – forests are the answer

Whoever you are, wherever you are, water is your human right. That’s the theme of World Water Day 2019.
New forest research project works to conserve caribou in western Alberta

New forest research project works to conserve caribou in western Alberta

Woodland caribou are an iconic but threatened species throughout Canada. They’re natural prey to bears and wolves, who can gain easier access to Caribou habitat through forest roads, pipelines, and other human disturbances.
Paul Trianosky
Chief Conservation Officer
423-571-2562
Darren Sleep
Senior Director, Conservation Strategies
613-424-8734
Rocco Saracina
Manager, Conservation Partnerships
202-596-3459
Tel: 613-288-5856
Paul Trianosky
Chief Conservation Officer
423-571-2562
Darren Sleep
Senior Director, Conservation Strategies
613-424-8734
Rocco Saracina
Manager, Conservation Partnerships
202-596-3459
Tel: 613-288-5856