Marine Debris First Nations Chief

Restoring in Partnership

We believe that developing broad, long-term, mutually-beneficial partnerships are crucial to project success, and we remain committed to building respectful and supportive relationships. CRS partnerships center local Indigenous communities and support Municipal, Provincial, and Federal Government goals in collaboration with other NGOs and those involved in the marine industry. We measure this success by the enthusiasm of our partners and their continued engagement in meaningful and ongoing collaboration.

First Nation Partners

Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal CouncilAhousaht First NationTla-o-qui-aht First NationT'Sou-ke First NationUcluelet First NationHuu-ay-aht First NationToquaht First NationTseshaht First NationHupacasath First NationMowachaht Muchalaht First NationEhattesaht First NationKyuquot First NationUchucklesaht First NationMHSS LogoTla-o-qui-aht Tribal Parks Allies LogoNuchatlaht First NationHesquiaht First NationScw’exmx Tribal CouncilShackan Indian BandNooaitch Indian BandCook's Ferry Indian BandLower Nicola Indian BandColdwater Indian BandLax Kw'alaams Band

Government Partners

Government of Canada LogoProvince of British Columbia LogoParks Canada LogoFisheries and Oceans Canada LogoTransport Canada LogoEnvironment and Climate Change Canada LogoBC Parks LogoCity of Port Alberni LogoCleanBC Logo

Non Profit Partners

Eco Canada LogoCanadian Council on Invasive Species LogoOcean Legacy Foundation LogoRugged Coast LogoInvasive Species Council of BCCanadian Ocean Literacy CoalitionGlobal Ghost Gear Initiative TBuck Suzuki Foundation LogoProject Learning TreeSea Change Canada LogoOcean Conservancy LogoSurfrider Pacific Rim Chapter Logo