Watch this Space! New Restoration Areas at SṈIDȻEȽ

Watch this Space! New Restoration Areas at SṈIDȻEȽ

If you come to visit SṈIDȻEȽ (Tod Inlet) over the next few weeks, you will be able to witness the excavation of large tracts of invasive species as part of the continuing work by SeaChange Marine Conservation Society and Tsartlip First Nation to restore health and...

Gwen Curry to Talk about Tod Inlet

Gwen Curry to Talk about Tod Inlet

SeaChange has invited Gwen to talk about her book, Tod Inlet, A Healing Place at Brentwood Bay Village Empourium Cafe on January 14, 7-9 pm. Gwen has written a book that chronicles the last century of industrial activity and the timelessness of SṈIDȻEȽ (sngeet kwith)...

Tod Inlet Beach Enhancement PUBLIC FORUM

Tod Inlet Beach Enhancement PUBLIC FORUM

Share your local knowledge and insights for a community discussion about beach restoration in Tod Inlet! This public forum is the beginning of a community based effort to restore the vitality of the Tod Inlet shoreline. Light refreshments will be served. When: June 13...

Thank you Green Teams!

Thank you Green Teams!

We had a great volunteer day last weekend, joined by the Greater Victoria Green Teams! Check out their photos and website. Our task was to remove the invasion of English ivy (Hedera helix) from the Chinese midden, a slope along the main trail from Wallace Rd. which...

Thank You Creatures Of Habitat 2014!

Thank You Creatures Of Habitat 2014!

A big thank you this week to the students from Bayside Middle School for coming out to SNIDCEL for the 6th annual Creatures of Habitat Day on Tuesday April 15! These young students did amazing work pulling blackberry and English ivy and connecting to this wonderful...

Fascinating Finds in SNIDȻEȽ

Fascinating Finds in SNIDȻEȽ

In October 2013 volunteers found amazing pieces of SNIDCEL's industrial past last volunteer day: a dime from 1919 and a broken piece of a ceramic marmalade jar dated 1862!  These pieces serve to remind us of the layered cultural history of this place. We have had some...

It’s That Time Again!

It’s That Time Again!

The Tod Inlet Nature Float (TINF) is making a comeback with even more fun than last season.     If you didn’t get a chance to visit the nature float last summer 2012, here is a bit of what we did. Our theme was the “Past, Present and Future” of Tod Inlet....

Blackberry removal and Prescribed burn at SNIDCEL

This Monday the terrestrial restoration at SNIDCEL was greatly helped along by some machine work to remove and burn a large tract of Himalayan Blackberry (Rubus discolor) from a central location near the junction of trails and the roadway that leads to the Benvenuto...

SeaChange Annual General Meeting!

Wednesday, January 30th 7 – 9 pm @ Swan Lake Nature Sanctuary 3873 Swan Lake Road   Calvin Sanborn, Legal Director of the Environmental Law Centre at the University of Victoria, will be presenting the newly published document, MAINTAINING SUPERNATURAL BC FOR OUR...