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Endangered Species Day: We Can’t Save Species in Silos
Today marks the 16th annual Endangered Species Day. It’s a day for conservationists and animal lovers alike to come together to celebrate, learn about,...
7 Reasons Why Maple Leaf Adventures Commits Ten Years and $100,000 to Raincoast Conservation
By Kevin Smith, CEO, October 2017 1. Committing long-term makes the best research and decisions possible From my limited academic background as a geographer...
Ecotourism Business Maple Leaf Adventures Donates $100,000 Over Ten Years to Raincoast Conservation Foundation
Funding will support long-term research and community stewardship in the Great Bear Rainforest A Long Term Commitment to the Great Bear Rainforest from Maple...
5 Non-Profits for Nature Lovers to Donate to This Christmas
Photo of a mother grizzly and her cubs in the Great Bear Rainforest by Greg Shea Looking for some last minute gift ideas? In...
Great Bear Rainforest & the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy
BC’s Great Bear Rainforest was formally inducted into the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy on Nov. 16, 2016. Some people may wonder, what is the Great...
Event: Raincoast’s Science & Conservation for an Oil Free Coast (Killer Whales, Salmon, Marine Birds)
If you’re interested in the latest research on killer whales, Fraser River salmon and seabird populations and conservation, you may enjoy this presentation at...