Welcome to SeaChange’s New Website!

Welcome to SeaChange’s New Website!

SeaChange Marine Conservation Society Connecting ecosystems, cultures and communities We believe communities are the heart of conservation and restoration of this world, whether they be located in Kitimat mapping eelgrass or in Tod Inlet planting native plants during...
Beach Enhancement Project: Phase 3 Completed!

Beach Enhancement Project: Phase 3 Completed!

On Friday, February 10th, at 5 am a barge of sand and gravel from Sechelt arrived in Brentwood Bay to begin the beach enhancement shore restoration in Tod Inlet (SṈIDȻEȽ or the Place of Blue Grouse). The placement of gravel and sand on the shore is the culmination of...
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...
Summer 2010 Update!

Summer 2010 Update!

Eelgrass, Construction and Sunshine We’ve been very busy lately at SeaChange… too busy to update the blog. Here are a few of the things we’ve been working on so far this summer: We’ve transplanted eelgrass in Coles Bay, been a speaker at the Rotary Club of Sidney and...