Tracking Raincoast into 2016

2016 marks the 20th anniversary of the Raincoast Conservation Foundation

Tracking Raincoast into 2016

Over the past two decTracking Raincoast into 2016ades, Raincoast has delivered on our mission to protect the land, waters, and wildlife of coastal British Columbia. We have produced more than a hundred peer-reviewed journal articles and dozens of reports, which we use to hold government and industry accountable, influence policy, and argue precedent setting legal victories. Our documentaries, popular articles, widespread media coverage, and community events have informed millions in Canada and around the world. This awareness has inspired tangible conservation progress for killer whales, salmon, wolves, grizzly bears, and all of the wildlife that help define Canada’s Pacific Coast.

This holiday season, while celebrating these achievements, we ask you to reflect on the wildlife that need our help, and put your gratitude and concern into action for three iconic species: the grizzly bear, the wolf, and the killer whale.

Please take action by making a donation today.


With gratitude on behalf of the Raincoast team,

Chris Genovali,
Executive Director


Support our mobile lab, Tracker!

Our new mobile lab will enable the Healthy Waters Program to deliver capacity, learning, and training to watershed-based communities. We need your support to convert the vehicle and equip it with lab instrumentation. This will allow us to deliver insight into pollutants of concern in local watersheds, and contribute to solution-oriented practices that protect and restore fish habitat.

Sam Scott and Peter Ross standing in front of the future mobile lab, which is a grey sprinter van.