Saturna Island Marine Research and Education Society

SIMRES is a volunteer, non-profit organization bringing marine research and educational programs about the Salish Sea to Saturna Island.  We collaborate with students and experts in the field to support science and stewardship and to promote a deeper understanding of our fragile marine ecosystems.  All funding currently comes through local partner organizations, community donations and our events.

 

Our Mission:  To preserve and enhance the marine ecosystems of the Salish Sea.

 

Our Goals: 

1.  To provide marine education programs to raise awareness about the Salish Sea, and to engage the public.

2.  To establish a research facility on Saturna Island at East Point and to disseminate the results of research through public outreach.

 

Our Programs include:

Sea Talks

Marine Research

Hydrophone Data collection

Supporting and hosting workshops, conferences and symposia

Public outreach and education programs

Address: 

727 Trillium Trail
P.O. Box 117
Saturna Island, BC V0N2Y0
Canada

Location: 

Contact name: 

Capt. Larry Peck

Phone number: 

250-216-3681

Email: 

Organization theme: 

Region of focus: 

Volunteer opportunities available: 

Yes

Description of volunteer opportunities: 

We are a volunteer organization and welcome new members and volunteers for:

Our Board of Directors

Our Sea Talks and other programs

Our attendance at conferences, workshops and symposia hosted by others

Support for the Eco Learning Hive generously provided by: