We are increasing our efforts to heal CDF forests through land-based restoration, community engagement, education, and research, all rooted in our commitment to safeguard forests for the future.
We will be applying our community-based water pollution monitoring plan to select watersheds across southern BC in 2023.
Achiever went back to its roots, supporting Raincoast scientists doing in-house marine mammal research, facilitating government scientists surveying marine birds, and hosting youth trips.
Raincoast continues to work toward an ocean that provides healthy, abundant salmon and is quiet enough for hunting and feeding.
Our research helps us better understand their susceptibility to anthropogenic threats and the impact of those threats, and develop practical and effective measures to reduce them.
Our new Cetacean Conservation Research Program was launched at the beginning of 2022 and we couldn’t be more excited about it.
Our findings painted a bleak picture of the health of the waterways meandering through the remnants of Sumas Lake, drained nearly 100 years ago by the Barrowtown Pump Station.
Raincoast’s focus at COP 15 has extended beyond our usual BC-based conservation focus to advance ways to implement these world-wide biodiversity targets.
It has been less than a year since we launched our campaign to permanently protect KELÁ_EKE Kingfisher Forest and together we have already raised over $2 million.
As a guest on the Nerdy About Nature podcast, Chelsea sat among the trees with Ross Reid to discuss all things wolves.
As we move into the last thirty days of our collaborative campaign to purchase and protect this 45 acre forest, we are reflecting on all of the reasons why conserving this habitat and others like it is so important.
To celebrate the end of the year, we are so happy to be able to offer matching campaigns on two of our most urgent fundraising initiatives.