CFN is seeking a Full Stack Developer to work with the Coastal Stewardship Network team, and help build and maintain web-based components of the Regional Monitoring System.
Our 2021-22 Annual Report highlights the outstanding work we have achieved over the past two years, and lays out key objectives as we look to the future.
New bursaries are available for coastal community members interested in a flexible UBC online Forest Carbon Management program.
Coastal Guardians have been involved in a range of research and conservation efforts to help protect bears throughout the Great Bear Rainforest.
With their dedicated presence on coastal waters, Coastal Guardians are advancing our collective understanding of whales and how best to protect them.
Guardians are often first responders in marine accidents and spills, filling in the gaps left by other government agencies that are too remote to respond quickly enough.
The Heiltsuk and other Coastal Guardians have been working to eradicate invasive green crabs for more than a decade.
Coastal Guardians conduct regular creekwalks to assess salmon populations and aid long-term restoration efforts.
Coastal Guardians are often first on the scene to respond to whales in distress, whether entangled in discarded fishing gear or beached on the rocky shoreline.