SeaChange Marine Conservation Society, established as a charitable non-profit prganization in 1998, educates children and the public about marine and watershed ecology through hands-on interactive outdoor programs. We also conserve and restore marine nearshore eelgrass habitats in BC in partnership with coastal communities, from Boundary Bay to Haida Gwaii.
SeaChange is actively leading restoration work in SṈIDȻEȽ (pronounced sneed-kwuth), also known as Tod Inlet, doing both terrestrial and marine restoration. SṈIDȻEȽ volunteer days, educational programs and ethnobotanical tours are very popular with local schools, organizations and residents alike.
We are effecting change by engaging and involving communities in direct actions that bring hope close to home.
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We have opportunities to help restore SṈIDȻEȽ. This includes pulling of invasive species, and planting of native ones. Find our volunteer days on the Eco Hive calendar or get in touch for more information.