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BC Marine Trails: Preserving BC coastal access for small craft users.

What You Can Do To Help

Supporting the BCMTNA

There are a number of of ways tthat you can help or support the marine trails and our Association: becoming a member, a donation, volunteering or stewardship,site assessment or becoming involved as a Forum member.

Join the BCMTNA

Locate the 'Become a Member' button on the top menu bar and follow the directions. Individual membership is $25.00 and family membership is $40.00. There are a number of benefits including special technology tools for planning your next BC coastline paddling trip. Members are eligible to run for board positions during Annual General Meetings. Or go directly to the Individual/Family Join page: https://www.bcmarinetrails.org/members/join-bcmtna

Become a Committee Member

We have three main committees: Trails Development, Stewardship and Communications. If you feel you have skills to contribute to the organization of the BC Marine Trails please contact the president of the association (Paul) at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Site Condition Reporting

Site Condition Reporting helps the 'STEWARDSHIP' of the marine trails. We need the public and paddlers to use our Site Condition Reporting form to help report on the conditions of campsites on the BC Coastline. We have a form and lists (available in early April 2017) of which sites need to be checked. Visit our Site Condition Reporting page at: https://www.bcmarinetrails.org/how-to-help/stewardship

Donations

We currently have a fundraiser for the Salish Sea Marine Trail. By contributing to this fundraiser (tax deductible) you can assist us to create a world-class marine trails. Find the fundraiser to June 1st at: https://fundrazr.com/salishseamarinetrail

Join your local paddling club
Most paddling clubs in British Columbia are already supporters of the BC Marine Trail Network. Joining your local club will not only keep you apprised of developments but will also contribute to the overall support.

If your local club is not a part of the BCMTNA, urge your club directors to get in touch with us.

Help spread the word!
If you have a paddling website or blog, add a link to www.bcmarinetrails.org to inform other paddlers of our efforts.

 

Vision

The BC Marine Trails Network (BCMTN) will be a series of interconnecting marine trails along the entire BC coastline:

  • designed with frequent access points, stopovers and campsites for users of small, beachable watercraft
  • to ensure continued coastal access for public marine recreationists to travel the BC coast and to land and camp along the way