Nathaniel Glickman, Education and Outreach Associate

Nathaniel is a co-coordinator of the Salish Sea Emerging Stewards (SSES) program. He has been working and volunteering with Raincoast for seven years, and worked on the Groundswell campaign.

Nathaniel studied Biology and Geography at the University of Victoria. He worked as the science program coordinator for the Karioi Munga program in Raglan NZ, as an interpreter at the Ucluelet aquarium, field coordinator for the Hakai Institute for the Hundred Islands project. His work with Raincoast has also been in the field with the Raincoast lab in partnership with the Heiltsuk Integrated Resource Management Department. He has also worked as a field technician on the Sea Otter project with Hakai Institute and the Soloman Lab out of Simon Fraser University.

Nathaniel has taught snowboarding and surfing around the world. He is a youth engagement expert and stoke spreader.

You can find Nathaniel in the surf and hiking the coast.

Nathaniel Glickman on WSANEC territory at the Raincoast office.
Mushroom in the sun with spores flying out.

Fungi Foray with Hugues Massicotte

From October 22-23, 2022, Dr. Hugues Massicotte will be on S,DÁYES for EcoFair, an initiative organized by Raincoast Conservation Foundation, Pender Islands Conservancy, and PenderPOD.
Ecofair Trees to Seas on October 22-23, hosted by Pender Conservancy, Pender Pod, and Raincoast Conservation Foundation.

Art supporting science

There is a silent auction at EcoFair and the proceeds will go towards permanently protecting KELÁ_EKE Kingfisher Forest.
Purple camas flowers in a field on a sunny day with an arbutus tree in the background.

The story of Coastal Douglas-fir forests: Some of the most rare and diverse plant communities in Canada

Coastal Douglas-fir forests and associated ecosystems exist at the interface between land and water on the edge of the Salish Sea. With a long legacy of land stewardship by Coast Salish Nations, the ecological communities characteristic to this region are abundant and diverse. Since non-Indigenous arrival in the area, aggressive land conversion due to logging…