Resilient Coasts for Salmon is part of the PSF 
Marine Science Program


Latest updates

Here, find recent developments of the Resilient Coasts for Salmon Project. Find upcoming events here, including upcoming Green Shores Training.

2022 Mapping Workshops Announced

September 2022 - Six mapping workshops will be held between September 21st and October 7th at locations between Victoria and Nanaimo. Would you like to join us? Find one in your area and register here. For more details, see our page about mapping workshops.

Construction at Songhees Walkway Demonstration site is commencing soon!

August 2022 - Exciting developments are in progress at the Songhees Walkway Green Shores project located on the north shore of Victoria’s Middle Harbour. The design for this shoreline restoration, which will contribute to local ecological, economic, and cultural values, is almost complete. Construction of this project is expected to commence in the fall of 2022. Click here to find out more.

Resilient Coasts for Salmon presented with Peninsula Streams

July 2022 - View the recorded webinar that features Kyla Sheehan and Maria Catanzaro sharing about our program in the seminar 'Resilient Shores: Community Shoreline Protection for People and Nature'. Also presenting were partners at Peninsula Streams, Kyle Armstrong and Ian Bruce, and Nikki Wright and Sarah Cook from Sea Change Marine Conservation Society.

Our Climate Change Primer is now available!

May 2022 - Impacts of Climate Change on Shorelines, People, and Salmon: Nature-based Approaches for Ecosystem Health has been posted here. Check it out to learn about the impacts of climate change and hard armouring as well as nature based adaptation solutions.

We are presenting at the SSEC

April 2022 - Kyla Sheehan, project manager for Resilient Coasts for Salmon, will be presenting this poster at the Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference April 26. If you are attending, be sure to check it out and ask Kyla any questions you may have about our project!

Happy Earth Day!

April 2022 - Spend your weekend getting to know and looking after your shore! Check out these 10 ideas for ways to know your shores, some of which feature the Resilient Coasts for Salmon's Tool Kit!

New demonstration site!

October 2021 - Esquimalt Gorge park is the location of the newest Green Shores® demonstration site for our Resilient Coasts for Salmon: Nature-based Solutions for Climate Change project. With our partners at the Stewardship Centre for BC, the Resilient Coasts for Salmon team will restore this waterway using nature-based solutions to improve the habitat for Pacific salmon and many other species!


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2021 Resilient Coast for Salmon Newsletter

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