Report for Us

Your input is critical. When you’re at a site, let us know what it was like. It will help keep things safe and sustainable for everyone who wants to enjoy the BC coast. We are sponsoring a Site Condition Reporting contest from May 1 to September 30. Great prizes. Additional information below.

Site Condition Report

This SCR form takes only a few minutes to fill in. Works on mobile or Desktop. Contest from May 1 to Sept 30 with prizes.

World Oceans Week

This is a simplified form to report on debris on the beach during June 1st to June 8th as part of World Oceans Week. We will report the data!

Site Assessment

A longer form for new sites or under-assessed sites. Takes approx 30 minutes. See additional resources below.

Site Management Team

  • Paul Grey (BCMT President)
  • Nick Heath (Director): oversees the management of our site data. Contact at newsites@bcmarinetrails.org to send photos or ask questions about site data.

Have questions? Contact Paul and he will direct your inquiry for Site Condition Reports or Potential Site Assessments.

Additional Resources

  • Site Assessment form (not Site Condition Reports) does require some training. Best undertaken at low tide. Fill this report when visiting any location, but it is most applicable to undeveloped wilderness sites. If unsure consult with us before you leave to ensure a site assessment is needed at the location you will be visiting. When filling out this online site assessment form,  follow this overview as a reference for what to look for. You can print and take the overview with you to take notes to fill out the online version when you’re home again. Alternatively, use a Word or PDF version to complete off-line. Best to complete site assessments at low tide.
  • Recording coordinates can be tricky! Learn how to convert coordinates to the required decimal format with this overview.
  • What is land tenure
  • Additional input: If you have photos that would help us visualize the issues you are raising, or additional comments or concerns, please email them to Nick at: newsites@bcmarinetrails.org