Salmon Coast strives to educate students, visitors, volunteers, tourists, community members and the general public about the ecosystems we are working to conserve and restore.

Learn with Salmon Coast

Education is a key component of our mission, and we strive to provide the public with clear information about the findings of our research. We do this in a variety of ways, including in-person at the station and through our connections with our wider community.

The Broughton Archipelago is a popular destination for kayaking, sailing, and power boating. Because of its central location, Salmon Coast is well positioned to connect with visitors. We offer facility tours and informative outreach materials, and aim to inform our guests about local conservation issues and outcomes.

We also maintain an active presence online, sharing reports and papers released by current and past researchers, and participating in community events and discussions.

The next generation of conservation scientists

The goal of our social media channels is to showcase our work, and educate our followers on the significance of our findings.

We also welcome university groups, organizations, undergraduate students, and others to engage with our community and learn from our researchers and staff.

There are various ways that we can host groups and field courses at the station. This includes tours, presentations, fieldwork demonstrations, and some educational programming.

Please contact us at to discuss bringing your own field course or group to Salmon Coast.
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