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Tracking Raincoast’s impact through 2020

A wolf walks along the beach.

Published on 2020.12.23 | by Raincoast | in Tracking Raincoast

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…

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Tracking Raincoast into 2021

The cover of Tracking Raincoast into 2021 over top of a photo of a spirit bear with a salmon in their mouth.

Published on 2020.12.17 | by Ross Dixon, Communications & Development Director | in Tracking Raincoast

Like everyone else in 2020, we have had to adapt and explore our own resilience. From pausing multi-year field research programs, cancelling youth education and our usual travel throughout the coast, COVID has disrupted much. Yet we are grateful to have our health and play our part in protecting and supporting the communities, businesses, and individuals we work with…

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When evidence informs advocacy

Chris Darimont crouching in tall grass wearing a plaid button up.

Published on 2019.12.17 | by Chris Darimont, Raincoast Director of Science | in Tracking Raincoast

When evidence informs advocacy, a potent approach to conservation becomes available. This philosophy underpins everything we do at Raincoast. One of the primary vehicles to support our unique delivery of what we call informed advocacy is the Raincoast Applied Conservation Science Lab at the University of Victoria. Partnered with a science-based non-profit and dedicated to […]

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Tracking Raincoast, past, present, and future

Chris Genovali looks out over the water and land with binoculors.

Published on 2019.12.12 | by Chris Genovali, Executive Director | in Tracking Raincoast

As this decade closes, it’s timely to celebrate what we have collectively achieved for BC’s coast.  Raincoast’s past in the Kitlope takes us back three decades to 1990, when Brian Falconer first visited at the invitation of the Haisla and Xenaksiala. The Nations were working to save the Kitlope from clearcut logging, which they ultimately […]

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Tracking Raincoast into 2019

The Achiever rests at night on the BC Coast: Tracking Raincoast into 2019.

Published on 2018.12.21 | by Dr. Paul C. Paquet, Senior Scientist, Raincoast Conservation Foundation | in Tracking Raincoast

Raincoast science is contributing to a large and growing body of evidence that shows the current levels of Chinook abundance, ocean noise, vessel disturbance, and pollution, create conditions that make population recovery for the Southern Residents untenable…

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Tracking Raincoast into 2018

Tracking Raincoast into 2018: A bright red salmon sits rests on the bottom of a stream filled with fish.

Published on 2017.12.15 | by Chris Genovali, Executive Director | in Tracking Raincoast

It’s always exciting to release Tracking Raincoast and this year’s edition comes with a great collection of good news. We have raised close to $150,000 of our $500,000 target for the Nadeea commercial trophy hunting tenure! The Nadeea hunting tenure is the next step in saving the Great Bears…

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Tracking Raincoast into the Salish Sea

Published on 2016.12.31 | by Raincoast | in Tracking Raincoast

Several years ago, we made the decision to expand our work across the BC coast with a new focus on the Salish Sea…

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Tracking Raincoast into 2017

Published on 2016.12.20 | by Raincoast | in Tracking Raincoast

Raincoast’s year in review. News on our conservation programs, our research and the wolves, bears, killer whales, salmon and other species you helps us to protect…

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Tracking Raincoast into 2016

Published on 2015.12.22 | by Raincoast | in Tracking Raincoast

2016 marks Raincoast’s 20th anniversary. Check out our special edition of Tracking Raincoast into 2016…

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Tracking Raincoast into 2015

The cover page of our annual report, tracking Raincoast into 2015, featuring a killer whale eating a salmon

Published on 2014.12.30 | by Raincoast | in Tracking Raincoast

Our annual report, Tracking Raincoast into 2015, celebrates our achievements over the last 12 months…

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Tracking Raincoast into 2014

Tracking Raincoast into 2014

Published on 2013.12.13 | by Raincoast | in Tracking Raincoast

Raincoast’s annual report is out and available for download. Read about the year’s highlights and what’s in store for 2014…

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Tracking Raincoast into 2012

Published on 2012.03.29 | by Raincoast | in Tracking Raincoast

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