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Catching the Spirit Youth Society

For over 20 years, CTS Youth Society has been connecting Metro Vancouver youth with their natural environment, their community, and each other through life-changing outdoor experiences. Free and open to all participants, we are "for youth, by youth".

(604) 562-0583

info@ctsyouthsociety.com

Colour the Trails

We advocate for inclusive representation in outdoor spaces, working with brand partners, businesses, and organizations to break barriers and create accessibility. 

N/A

info@colourthetrails.com

Environmental Youth Alliance (EYA)

The Environmental Youth Alliance is a registered charity supporting equity-seeking youth to connect with nature, community, and skills to become environmental stewards and community leaders. They provide free land-based education and paid employment-training programs in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.

 604-689-4446

info@eya.ca

Invasive Species Council of BC (ISCBC) - youth team

Get your hands dirty with fieldwork, engage in skill-building workshops, and gain community service experience.

Telephone: 250-305-1003
Toll-free: 1-888-933-3722

info@bcinvasives.ca

Invasive Species Council of Metro Vancouver (ISCMV)

ISCMV offers a variety of educational, technical and support services for invasive species in Metro Vancouver

604-880-8358

info@iscmv.ca

Land Conservancy of BC, The

TLC protects important habitat for plants, animals and natural communities as well as properties with historical, cultural, scientific, scenic or compatible recreational value.

1-877-485-2422

HOAdmin@conservancy.bc.ca

Lower Mainland Green Team

The Lower Mainland Green Team volunteers come from all over the Lower Mainland and work in provincial, regional and municipal parks tackling environmental issues that need cooperation and teamwork to get done.

778-968-2693

ashton@greenteamscanada.ca

Metro Vancouver Regional Parks Ecologrical Restoration Team

Volunteers lend nature a helping hand in fun and interesting ways – removing invasive plants, monitoring wildlife, planting native trees and shrubs, conducting bird surveys and more.

604-451-6606​

volunteer.info@metrovancouver.org 

Metro Vancouver Regional Parks Foundation

Led by an independent board of directors, Metro Vancouver Regional Parks Foundation (previously known as Pacific Parklands Foundation) is the only registered charity dedicated to supporting Metro Vancouver Regional Parks.

(778) 900-1053

hello@mvrpfoundation.ca

Nature Kids BC

Nature Kids BC helps BC children get outside with their families to explore, play, learn about and take action for nature.

604-985-3059

info@naturekidsbc.ca

Nature Trust of British Columbia

The Nature Trust of British Columbia protects the natural riches of the province by building a treasury of wild natural areas that conserve iconic and important species at risk.

PHONE
604-924-9771
TOLL-FREE
1-866-288-7878

info@naturetrust.bc.ca

Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society

Since 1987, NWPS focus is on providing free wildlife education and stewardship programs to disadvantaged people throughout British Columbia.

(604) 568-9160

info@northwestwildlife.com

Pacific Salmon Foundation

The Pacific Salmon Foundation, founded in 1987, is a non-profit environmental organization dedicated to the conservation and restoration of wild Pacific salmon and their habitats in B.C. and the Yukon.

604-664-7664

salmon@psf.ca

Peatlands Protection Society (no website currently) Saving peatlands through education and working with other like-minded organizations.  N/A elizaolson@eastlink.com

Stewardship Centre for British Columbia

The Stewardship Centre of British Columbia protects the enviornment through the development of Science-based practices

N/A

info@stewardshipcentrebc.ca

Tree Canada

Tree Canada is the only national non-profit organization dedicated to planting and nurturing trees in rural and urban environments, in every province across the country.

Toll-free: 1-877-666-1444

info@treecanada.ca

WILD Outside 

Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF), program for young people (age 15-18) who want to get involved and help the planet.

236-688-6376

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