Education Coordinator, Pascale, recounts a week of whales, bears, and camp games at QQS Projects Society’s Koeye River Camp.
We are excited that Pascale Campagna-Slater joined our team this spring!
As a way to celebrate the impact youth are making in their communities, Raincoast and Take a Stand organized another Student Innovation Challenge.
Early morning, mid-October, I wake to the scent of coffee on Raincoast’s research and education vessel, Achiever.
We are delighted to release our first video lesson using 360° film technology.
Raincoast recently began a partnership with Tsawwassen Nation to support Environmental Stewardship programming for youth. The program provided local youth with opportunities to learn about stewardship, environmental restoration and career development.
Join us for our 4th webinar in our Coastal Insights series where we will explore Indigenous harvesting techniques and technologies from the past, present and into the future.
Join us on this week’s Coastal Insights as we take a look at the pivotal role salmon play in our world while considering the challenges to the long-term resilience of salmon populations.
It is with great excitement that we launch our newest season of our Coastal Insights, aptly named ‘Eyes on the Coast’. Taking off where season 1 ended, we will be diving deeper into coastal British Columbia’s rich history, ecosystems and conservation issues using a two-eyed approach…
W̱SÁNEĆ youth, Peter Underwood, shares about his trip on Raincoast’s research vessel, Achiever, in the Salish Sea.
Every summer, Raincoast joins and supports the Qqs Project Society with Koeye camp, an innovative camp program that takes place in the Koeye River valley. This year was a particularly special year as it marked the 20-year anniversary of the camp…