This week we welcomed Nature Conservancy of Canada to the facility to prepare audio for a corporate video describing the Shell Conservation Internship Program.
The program is open to recent university grads and students. Interns carry out on-site stewardship tasks at some of NCC’s 2,000 properties across the country. From collecting animal movement data to developing land management plans to controlling the spread of invasive plant species, Canada’s leading conservation organization will help build valuable real-world experience.
As a non-profit, non-advocacy organization, NCC takes a business-like approach to preserving Canada’s natural heritage with a focus on conserving landscapes for future generations. Since 1962, NCC and their partners have helped to conserve more than 2 million acres (over 800,000 hectares) of ecologically significant land nationwide.