We are already halfway through the year, and I wanted to share with you some of Raincoast’s achievements thus far. This progress relies on donors like you and the entire team at Raincoast sincerely appreciates your support. Here’s a snapshot of Raincoast’s efforts over the past six months.
With the Canadian federal government set to decide on recovery measures for 2021, we have made it easy for you to send a letter to three federal ministers encouraging them to implement the strongest possible recovery measures to ensure the survival of Southern Resident killer whales.
Several years ago, we made the decision to expand our work across the BC coast with a new focus on the Salish Sea…
by Judith Lavoie, The Tyee
Southern Resident killer whales threatened by increased tanker traffic, experts say…
Raincoast’s Misty MacDuffee speaks with Roundhouse Radio about the importance of Chinook (Spring) salmon to the survival of Southern Resident killer whales.
Raincoast releases video to encourage public comments on the killer whale action plan.
Public comment period ends August 14th.