A Global Leader in Marine Habitat Remediation

 Coastal Restoration Society



Coastal Restoration Society (CRS) specializes in habitat remediation within traditional First Nation territories in support of Indigenous stewardship values.  CRS services include the retrieval of abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG),  emergency spill response, aquatic invasive specie monitoring and control, large pelagics  assessment and monitoring, petroleum  pollution mitigation, derelict       vessel removal and aquaculture          support services.  



CRS has successfully completed a broad range of  projects in demanding marine environments.  First Nations consultation, diligent logistical planning and operational efficiency are fundamental requirements for all of our projects. CRS focuses on long-term solutions and implementing sustainable frameworks that last. Our track record of consistent results defines our reputation as leaders in the marine restoration field.  



Our partnerships engage local Indigenous Nations, Municipal, Provincial and Federal Governments and Government agencies, International Governments, NGOs,  marine-related industries and coastal communities.  We believe that developing long-term strategic partnerships are crucial to project success.  CRS remains committed to ensuring that our strong alliances work for the benefit of all partners.  

Environmental Remediation  - Aquatic Invasive Specie Monitoring and Control - Derelict Vessels
Aquaculture Support Services - Large Pelagics - Stock Assessment - Spill Response - ALDFG Retrieval


Coastal Restoration Society

Fraser River Division: Vancouver, BC

WCVI Division:  Tofino, BC

North Coast Division: Prince Rupert, BC

Salish Sea Division: Victoria, BC

Maritimes Division: Halifax, NS

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