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Working Together for Coastal Conservation

Through education, training, and proactive community engagement, Coastal Water Protectors strive to preserve BC's coastal environment and restore the health of its aquatic ecosystems.

Upcoming Events

Connect with us at one of the many events we host and take part in across British Columbia

Tea Time with Coastal Pups

Tea Time with Coastal Pups

Live Webinar

Join us for a fun and educational live webinar with Bodhi Patil, where kids aged 5-11 will learn about coastal water stewardship and why it's important to be a water guardian. Tune in to our Coastal Water Protectors YouTube channel for this special event!

Selected Event Highlights

Enjoy selected highlights from some of our most memorable events.

Get the latest updates on our conservation activities as well as information on upcoming events and training opportunities.

Get Involved

Take action in your community

You have the power to make a difference. Find out how you can join with Coastal Water Protectors to care for British Columbia's coastlines and aquatic habitats.

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Learn & Explore

Why Is Aquatic Conservation Important?

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2023 Coastal Conference

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Why Is Aquatic Conservation Important?

Immerse yourself in an in-depth exploration of aquatic and coastal conservation as passionate attendees share their insights, experiences, and thoughts on the crucial importance of preserving our oceans and coastal areas.

Hear from our participants as they…

Why Is Aquatic Conservation Important?

Projects

The Coastal Water Protectors focus their efforts on coastal and aquatic conservation throughout the province of British Columbia. This work actively engages with community members through various projects and programs to deliver advocacy, planning, education and awareness.

Aquatic Habitat  Restoration Fund

Aquatic Habitat Restoration Fund

The project contributes to strategic planning, Indigenous capacity building to enable education on habitat restoration and conservation.

Co-Developing Community Response

Co-Developing Community Response

The project addresses Indigenous concerns surrounding the risks associated with tanker traffic to marine activities and the environment.