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


Throughout the year the Resilient Coasts for Salmon team will host or participate in a number of events, talks, webinars and demonstrations. Check back often to see the upcoming events.

When we are out and about we have educational materials for adults wanting to look after our special coastline as well as fun worksheets, seek and find treasure maps, and stickers to share with budding conservationists!

If you can't make it to an event, please do check out or Kid's Corner Education and Outreach Post as well as our Climate Change Primer and Tool Kit for digital versions of our materials. If you want to stay in the loop, please subscribe to our eNews.

Upcoming Events

November 30, 2023

Tune in to the Turning the Tide on BC’s Coastal Habitat Loss webinar to learn about the importance of coastal habitat, and what we can do to prevent further habitat loss. Join the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society’ BC Chapter, plus a panel of coastal professionals, including Resilient Coasts for Salmon’s own Kyla Sheehan on Thursday, November 30th from 12:00pm to 1:00pm. Register today!

Sign up for our email updates to stay in the loop and check back here often.

Upcoming Green Shores Training

We are offering free Green Shores Training, follow the links for more information from Stewardship Centre for BC and register with UVic Continuing Education.

November 21-22, 2023 - A Level 2 training session will be held in Qualicum Beach. Register here.

March 4-5, 2024 - A Level 2 training session will be held at UVic. Register here.

Past Events, Links and Gallery

April 2023 - Brant Children's Festival

November 2022 - Nanaimo River Hatchery Spawning Day

July 2022 - Music in the Park

July 2022 - Pender Market

July 17, 2022 - A great day out at Qualicum Beach Day!

July 2022 - Resilient Coasts for Salmon presented with Peninsula Streams

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.

April 2022 - Kyla Sheehan, project manager for Resilient Coasts for Salmon, presented this poster at the Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference.

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