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By Raincoast Conservation Foundation

Raincoast is a team of conservationists and scientists empowered by our research to protect the lands, waters and wildlife of coastal British Columbia.

We use rigorous, peer-reviewed science and community engagement to further our conservation objectives. We call this approach ‘informed advocacy’ and it is unique amongst conservation efforts.

We investigate to understand coastal species and processes. We inform by bringing science to decision makers and communities. We inspire action to protect wildlife and their wilderness habitats.

About half a dozen Chinook salmon, long brown bodies swimming in different directions visible under water, blue green in the background.
Photo by Fernando Lessa.

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A group of Salish Sea Emerging Stewards stand in a circle on the edge of the Salish Sea.

Job opportunity: TFN/Raincoast Stewardship Program Assistant

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We are seeking an energetic, creative, and passionate candidate for the TFN/Raincoast Summer Student work program. The project this summer is to create and develop a new park space located on Tsawwassen First Nation lands, along with the delivery of a field-monitoring/stewardship program with assistance from Raincoast’s Education Coordinator. 
A close up of mossy trees, with dark forest and sunset in the background.

Summer job: Tree Protection Policy Intern

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If you are a self-starter who understands the role efficacious public policy plays in conservation, this may be the position for you. Raincoast Conservation Foundation (Raincoast) is seeking a summer…
Three Raincoast researchers in life jackets and boots stand on a pebbled shore around a white dinghy speaking to each other while the ocean looms quietly in the background in pale blue, cut by two mountains forming a vee.

Development Coordinator (permanent position)

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We are looking for a Development Coordinator to join our communications and development team. You are knowledgeable about conservation issues in coastal British Columbia and you have a proven ability to identify and secure financial support for conservation initiatives.