Coastal Restoration Society is a non-profit organization supporting the environmental remediation goals of First Nations, provincial, and federal government agencies. Guided by foundational values CRS has become a leader in industrial-scale restoration and stewardship projects in coastal communities and inland waterways. Our projects model sustainable frameworks for the creation of a professional marine remediation and restoration economy. Throughout all projects, Coastal Restoration Society provides economic stimulus and supports capacity building in host First Nations communities through meaningful employment and contract opportunities.
Coastal Restoration Society (CRS) supports resource management and environmental stewardship goals of First Nations, Provincial, and Federal Governments. Our services include derelict vessel removals, ghost gear retrieval, marine-industrial project development and implementation, scientific monitoring and assessment, aquatic invasive species management and control, and climate change mitigation in marine environments.
CRS’ projects take place in a broad range of challenging and dynamic marine environments and focus on creating long-term solutions to some of the largest threats to marine environments through scalable frameworks. Our track record of consistent results, Indigenous partnership and consultation, relationship development, diligent logistical planning and operational efficiency has cemented our reputation as leaders in industrial-scale environmental restoration.
We believe that developing broad, long-term strategic partnerships are crucial to project success, and we remain committed to ensuring these strong alliances benefit all partners. Our partnerships engage local Indigenous communities and governance, Municipal, Provincial and Federal Governments and Government agencies, International Governments, NGOs, marine-related industries, and coastal communities. CRS remains committed to ensuring that our strong alliances work for the benefit of all partners.Learn More