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Raincoast Conservation Foundation

We use rigorous, peer-reviewed science and community engagement to further our conservation objectives. We call this approach ‘informed advocacy’ and it is unique amongst conservation efforts. We investigate to understand coastal species and processes. We inform by bringing science to decision makers and communities. We inspire action to protect wildlife and their wilderness habitats.

Recent articles

The home stretch to permanently protect S,DÁYES Flycatcher Forest

The home stretch to permanently protect S,DÁYES Flycatcher Forest
It was in late November when we launched our initiative to purchase and permanently protect the S,DÁYES Flycatcher Forest. We determined the sale price and set our goal to raise $395,000 by April. Now, less than 2 months into our 6 month fundraising campaign, we are less than $20,000 away from meeting our target…

Bringing a stewardship program to my home community

Bringing a stewardship program to my home community
Summer student, Robin Buss, worked with Raincoast Conservation Foundation to bring a stewardship program to her home community, the Tsawwassen First Nation…

W̱SÁNEĆ youth on Achiever explore the Salish Sea

W̱SÁNEĆ youth on Achiever explore the Salish Sea
W̱SÁNEĆ youth, Peter Underwood, shares about his trip on Raincoast’s research vessel, Achiever, in the Salish Sea…

Why 2020 was not all bad…

Why 2020 was not all bad…
Before 2020 closes, please accept my sincere thanks and gratitude for your support that has enabled our success…

Tracking Raincoast’s impact through 2020

Tracking Raincoast’s impact through 2020
These conservation efforts and our research have reached millions around the world. Tangible conservation success. 2020 was not all bad – let’s make 2021 even better…