Here you can find the Annual Reports and Plans of both MABRRI and the MABR, as well as news releases to do with MABRRI and links to additional sources that we have found useful in our work.

MABRRI in the Media

2022 A Sound Constitution - CHLY | Winter 2022 - Episode 2: SDGs

2021 The Valley City Times Record | New evidence of spawning Pacific sand lance found in Salish Sea

2021 VIU Communications | VIU Invites Community to Learn about Sustainable Development through Online Game 

2021 Canada's National Observer | West Coast citizen science project mapping the scale and importance of forage fish

2021 RDN Wetland Mapping | Wetland Mapping in the RDN, January 2021

2020 BCCIC - Reading Between the Lines (p. 41) | Case Study: The Sustainable Development Goals and Vancouver Island University

2020 Regional District of Nanaimo Stewards in the Spotlight | VIU MABRRI and Coastal Hydrology and Climate Change Research Lab 

2019 VIU Communications | Garden Cafe Feeding Conversations About Healthy Eating Habits 

2019 The Pacfic Salmon Foundation Magazine (pg. 8) | Little Fish, Big Impact 

2019 Salish Sea Sentinel | Work begins to restore Coast Salish place names on mid-island 

2019 VIU Communications | VIU Research Will Study Rising Stresses on Fragile Mountain Ecosystems. 

2018 Parksville Qualicum Beach News | Food, local plant knowledge spreading with Snow-Naw-As in Nanoose Bay 

2018 VIU Communications | VIU's MABRRI researches the importance of the French Creek Estuary area

2018 PQB News | Local society seeks views on French Creek estuary

2017 PQB News | Canadians on epic journey arrive in Nanoose

2017 Salish Sea Sentinel | Beloved former chief remembered through healing garden

2016 Local Eye Cowichan | Join the BioBlitz April 17

2016 VIU News | VIU BioBlitz Will Contribute to Long-Term Look at Biodiversity 

2016 Shaw TV | Mount Arrowsmith Biosphere Region BioBlitz 2016

2015 VIU Magazine (pg. 24) | Living Better

Other Research

Stephens, C. (2018) Bird Use of the French Creek Area

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For more resources, visit the MABR Resources page.