Our work falls under three program areas:
SCBC’s Green Shores program protects waterfront properties while also protecting and restoring natural shoreline habitats.
SCBC provides a diversity of educational programs, guides and other resources aimed at protecting wildlife and species at risk. Our current initiatives include Cats and Birds, our gateway to Species at Risk information and our Stewardship Practices for Species at Risk project.
SCBC supports and works to strengthen the varied and passionate work of the BC stewardship community. This is achieved through the development of tools like our Capacity Benchmarking Tool, supporting Communities of Practice, and celebrating the successes of stewardship champions and initiatives throughout the province.
Visit our Programs page to learn more.
As effective stewardship relies both on good decision-making and broad support, an important part of SCBC’s work is facilitating and developing collaborative partnerships.
Our partners include landowners, development and business communities, governments and other non-profit organizations.
To learn more about SCBC’s approach visit our About page. Or check out our annual reports on our Resources page.
Membership in SCBC is FREE and will connect you to our extensive network of BC stewards.
You will get updates, news and opportunities to participate in SCBC workshops and programs. It is also a great way to show you support our work. Sign-up today!
If you prefer to subscribe to get our updates, you can do that too!
Summer Assistant Coordinator
If you’re interested in working with us this summer, and meet the Canada Summer Jobs criteria, please apply by 5pm on March 31st! Learn More….
Protecting waterfront properties and natural shoreline habitats
Stewardship Practices for Species at Risk
Demonstrating stewardship practices to address threats to wildlife and species at risk in riparian areas
Cats and Birds
Reducing cat predation of birds and wildlife
Species at Risk Primer
An introductory resource for people wanting to research and learn about species at risk in BC
Creating Stewardship Legacies
Celebrating 150 years of Canadians taking care of our land and water
Twitter: @Stewardship BC
Facebook: Stewardship Centre for BC