Youth education looks different during COVID.
Through our Salish Sea Emerging Stewards program, we have made resources for teachers and educators to deepen their students' understanding of the lands, waters and wildlife of Coastal British Columbia.
With the pilot Coastal Insights online learning series under our belt, we are now seeking to develop a new series.
Raincoast was one week away from setting sail aboard our floating classroom, Achiever, when the pandemic abruptly brought those trips to a halt.
We just wrapped up our 11th episode of Coastal Insights, a live and interactive online learning program.
Learn about Raincoast’s inspiring and transformative Salish Sea Emerging Stewards program.
This week with Coastal Insights you can learn about our inspiring and transformative Salish Sea Emerging Stewards program.
Learn about the stories behind the nature and wildlife photographs that help drive conservation.
Next week’s Coastal Insights Education program is focused on ethical wildlife photography
From ecology and iconic species, to cultural importance and personal connections, Raincoast explores what makes BC coastline so special.
Tomorrow we are focusing on intertidal zones and features Laura Griffith-Cochrane, the curator of the Ucluelet Aquarium.
Killer whales are iconic to the Pacific Northwest and deeply rooted as cultural and spiritual symbols for the Coast Salish peoples.
Killer whales are icons of the Pacific Northwest and are deeply rooted as cultural and spiritual symbols for the Coast Salish peoples.
Consilience is defined as a context in which independent lines of evidence arrive at the same conclusion.
Tomorrow (Wednesday, June 10) at 1pm our Coastal Insights episode will focus on Consilience – Braiding Indigenous Knowledge and Academic Science.
Fernando Lessa will takes viewers on a visual tour into our urban neighborhoods to discover the many wild salmon and their habitats living right next door to our homes.
Fernando Lessa will take viewers on a virtual tour into our urban neighborhoods to discover the many wild salmon and their habitats living right next door to our homes.
In part 1 of this 2 part salmon lesson, viewers learn about salmon as the foundation species of BC.
Coastal Insights Education program offers online learning as part of the Salish Sea Emerging Stewards project. Episode 4 is guided by Joe Akerman.
Joe Akerman is of mixed Cowichan and European Heritage from Salt Spring Island, …
Our live and interactive Coastal Insights educational episode about how bears connect land and sea had over 80 participants.
Episode 3 of Coastal Insights features Megan Adams and salmon.
Our new free education program Coastal Insights is offered in May and June every Wednesday at 1pm.
As the global human population steadily grows each year, the boundaries between the habitats of humans and our non-human neighbours can often overlap.
On episode 1, Raincoast educator Nathaniel Glickman takes viewers on a journey to the beautiful coastline of British Columbia.