Surrey, Langley, White Rock & Semiahmoo Bay

Click on the name of the stewardship group to link to their website. 







Cougar Creek Streamkeepers

Cougar Creek Streamkeepers is an informal group of volunteers dedicated to restoring and maintaining the health of Cougar Creek, a salmon stream that rises in Surrey, British Columbia (Canada), flows through North Delta and empties into the Fraser River.


604 596-3081

Derby Reach/ Brae Island Parks Association (DRBIPA)

Derby Reach Brae Island Parks Association (DRBIPA) is a nonprofit society providing the community with opportunities to preserve, protect and enhance the natural environment of Derby Reach and Brae Island Regional Parks in Fort Langley, BC





Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society

Friends of Semiahmoo Bay work to preserve, restore and raise knowledge of the ecological values of the Boundary Bay Ecosystem and its' watershed

Semiahmoo Bay


Green Timbers Heritage Society A dedicated group of volunteers working to preserve and promote the rich heritage and natural areas of Green Timbers. Surrey 604-501-5175
Langley Environmental Partners Society As a leading environmental organization in the Fraser Valley for over twenty two years, LEPS actively partners with local environmental stewardship groups to engage the public in a variety of initiatives that contribute to a healthy community. Langley 604-546-0336
Salmon River Enhancement Society The Salmon River Enhancement Society is a citizens group that formed in 1995 to work with  government agencies, increase public involvement and lobby  government agencies when appropriate.  Langley 604-812-1736
Sunnyside Acres Heritage Society Work cooperatively with the City of Surrey to protect and manage 130 hectares of mature second growth forest, known as Sunnyside Acres Urban Forest.  Surrey N/A
Surrey Environmental Partners Surrey Environmental Partners is a citizen based group dedicated to conserving the natural environment Surrey 778-887-5750
Surrey Natural Areas Partnership (SNAP) Surrey’s Natural Areas Partnership (SNAP) plays an important role in caring for Surrey’s urban forest Surrey 778-991-9225
White Rock & Surrey Naturalists Society Whiterock & Surrey Naturalists promote education, conservation and stewardship activities, including gardening, walks, cleanups, surveys, field trips, presentations Surrey & White Rock N/A