This is a short video made on April 4, 2015 at Botanical Beach near Port Renfrew BC, one of our citizen scientist sampling locations organized by Surfrider Vancouver Island. Botanical Beach is at the north end of the Juan de Fuca Provincial Park on the southwest shore of Vancouver Island.
We arrived on the rising tide when the larger, more impressive tide pools were already submerged but this little pool shows the main types of organisms one can find there. Almost got our feet wet in the end.
Dec. 14, 2014
Port Renfrew BC
Surfrider Foundation Vancouver Island chapter is helping to coordinate citizen science sampling in the South Island region and in particular Port Renfrew.
Lucas Harris is Vice Chair of the chapter and headed out to catch the surf yesterday. Surfrider will begin coordinating with interested volunteers in Port Renfrew for the January 2015 sampling. Thanks to Surfrider for all of the help in making the InFORM project a success thus far. If you are interested in the health of our oceans and are interested in connecting with like minded people who also love to surf check out their organization. Continue reading December Citizen Seawater Sampling by SurfRider VI in Port Renfrew BC
Port Renfrew, BC
November 2014 sampling for the InFORM projects was carried out by volunteers from our NGO partner Surfrider Foundation Vancouver Island. If you love the ocean you will love Surfrider. Port Renfrew is located on the southwest coast of Vancouver Island. Port Renfrew is in the traditional territory of the Pacheedaht (meaning “people of the sea foam”) First Nation. Port Renfrew is the southern terminus of the West Coast Trail and is close to some of the biggest trees in Canada and in the world.
The picture below shows the first InFORM sample in Port Renfrew being collected in November 2014.
Location of Port Renfrew, BC