Coastal Stewardship Community Mapping

SṈIDȻEȽ Volunteer Days Spring 2018

Our work days will be Feb 10 & 24, Mar 10 & 24, Apr 7 & 21, May 5 & 26 and June 9 & 23 from 10am-2pm. We meet at the clearing near the washrooms at 10am and proceed to a restoration site from there. SeaChange provides tools and gloves as well as tea and light refreshments at the break. Please dress for the weather and bring your own water and extra snacks with you!

More info at SeaChange Marine Conservation Society.

Creatures of Habitat - Mapping Event (2009)


Wednesday, April 22, 2009 - 4:00pm

Approximately 700 Grade Six students and their teachers in School District 63 (Saanich Peninsula, BC, Canada), 60 Grade 11, 12 student volunteers and 50 community volunteers participated.

This event took place in classrooms and green spaces in Sidney, North Saanich, Central Saanich and Saanich Municipalities with the final gathering at Mary Winspear Centre, Sidney, BC, on April 22nd.

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Photos of Creatures of Habitat Map Icons (2009)


Tuesday, June 9, 2009 - 3:00pm

ASSOCIATED EVENT: Creatures of Habitat After hours of data input, matching post-it notes with numbered icons, Judith, along with volunteers Wendy, Kimia & others, have almost completed transferring the data. Although some post-it notes still need to be matched with numbered icons, a few post-it notes have no numbers, only obscure place-references, and many icons are not numbered, & may have actually been misplaced during the map transferring process.

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Community Mapping and SIPAS Presentation at the RRoCSS meeting (2010)


Thursday, April 1, 2010 - 7:00pm

SeaChange is heading to the Residents and Ratepayers of Central Saanich Society (RRoCSS) meeting on Thursday night at the Saanich Peninsula Health Center (2170 Mt Newton X Rd.) Our presentation will involve a community mapping workshop and an update on the recent completion of the Saanich Inlet and Peninsula Atlas of Shorelines (SIPAS).

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Coastal Conversations: A day of theatre - without a play (2012)


Friday, September 21, 2012 - 9:30am

Coastal Conversations

Almost half of us now live within 150 km of the ocean. Shoreline development has meant the destruction of approximately 87 million hectares of coastal habitat worldwide. In the Puget Sound approximately 58 per cent of the coastal habitat has been lost while in the Salish Sea (formerly known as the Georgia Strait), this loss is estimated at 18 per cent.

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