During the Redfish experience, student teams create storymaps – interactive representations of landscapes and the stories they hold. Through interviews with local leaders, photographs, essays, drawings, and other media, students reflectively weave together a story that is shaped by their experience.
Watch as Redfish students and participants in “Turning the Tide” collaborate in this creative community project, mapping where they see social and environmental change occuring in the Salish Sea.
Sitting in a circle at Xwaaqw’um (Salt Spring Island) with Hwiemtun (Cowichan Tribal Liaison) and local educator Sarah Bateman, students reflect on the various ways in which we understand home.
This salty scent of the ocean is inescapable at this restored clam garden on Russell Island, where Indigenous peoples have cultivated and harvested shellfish, a critical food source, since time immemorial.
Remembering to laugh an have fun is an integral part of success in a changemaker’s life
Strong leaders build strong communities. Redfish students collect at a special spot on Sucia Island.
How grassroots movements spring from individual efforts in the Salish Sea
The author explores the little-known habits and habitats of bats in the region
An examination of land privatization and border-building in the Salish Sea