Senior Scientist and Co-Director of our Cetacean Conservation Research Program, Dr. Valeria Vergara, is teaching the course, which is part of the SFU’s Continuing Studies Program.
We are excited that Pascale Campagna-Slater joined our team this spring!
We must work together toward local solutions.
We are thrilled to have seven interns join our team through the federal government’s Canada Summer Jobs program and UBC’s Sustainability Scholar program.
Denis shared his story of leaving Bosnia as a war refugee and becoming an activist through Patagonia’s blog. It’s such an impactful story and we are grateful to share it with our community.
Collecting your stories and/or observations of change will not only broaden understanding of CDF ecosystems, but it also provides an opportunity for community engagement and science to work collaboratively.
As a way to celebrate the impact youth are making in their communities, Raincoast and Take a Stand organized another Student Innovation Challenge.
Altogether, we have raised a total of $571,222.69 since we announced our intention to purchase and protect KELÁ_EKE Kingfisher Forest.
he Year of the Salish Sea initiative will highlight stewards, artists, storytellers, and both in-person and virtual events happening from June 2022-2023 in the Salish Sea ecosystem region.
Chelsea Greer joined our team part time in 2020, while completing a master’s degree in Geography, and full time in spring of 2022! Chelsea brings a wealth of experience in animal behaviour, ethics, and conservation science. We posed some questions to her to get to know more about the skills she brings and what drew…
These local giants inspire connection to forests, and nature, and encourage people to reflect on their relationships with the land more broadly.
Raincoast hats are truly built for the rain coast with a wax weather-resistant coating that also allows warm weather breathability.