Other Local Organizations

Are you worried about the declining populations of native bees and want to do something about it? Join BeeFriendly and find out what you can do to help, whether its planting your own bee-friendly garden or becoming a Bee Steward.
Interested in reducing climate change impacts on the North Shore? Check out Cool North Shore.The program consists of Cool Drinks educate citizens and creates opportunities for discussion, Cool Neighbours facilitates energy efficiency and conservation action in homeowners; and Cool Leaders supports the empowerment of community sustainability leaders.
Are you interested in growing fresh food locally? Getting involved with the Edible Garden Project may be a great option for you. They have many education programs and cultivate over an acre of gardens and farm.
Do you want to make a difference helping our shoreline? Join or start a cleanup event in the City! Jointly led by the Vancouver Aquarium and WWF, the Shoreline Cleanup empowers people to take action. For teachers, there is also a free Curriculum Guide (K-8) available.
Have you seen bears in your neighbourhood and wondered how to get involved in supporting co-existing with them? Check out the North Shore Black Bear Society. Their aim is to reduce human-bear encounters through education, cooperation, and community support.
Are you interested in volunteering at the hatchery at Heywood Park, then check out the North Shore Fish and Game Club! They are a part of the North Shore Streamkeepers and the hatchery is all run by volunteers.
This is an organization of individuals and watershed groups working together to protect and preserve streams on the North Shore. There are many ways that streamkeepers participate in stream stewardship activities, including monitoring water quality, salmon surveys, and restoration of stream areas.
Interested in wetlands on the north shore? The North Shore Wetland Partners Society is the place for you. They promote conservation of North Shore wetlands through education, research, restoration and stewardship.
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