My research and advocacy are dependent on many people making small donations. There are several donation options.

Canada does not permit tax receipts for this society. However, we are in urgent need of funds for outreach and legal action. If you require a tax receipt please donate to the Raincoast Research Society.

Contributions are essential to ensure we can communicate research findings to the public via brochures, films, public events and outreach. We have no head office and little overhead so your donation goes straight to work.

Donate to the Raincoast Research Society

Canadian tax receipts are submitted for donations to this Society.

Support our ground-breaking research on the impact of salmon farms (The Science) by giving to the Raincoast Research Society. Currently we're testing European salmon viruses in British Columbia fish. Costly and politically charged, universities have shied away from this research, but he results are important for scientific publications and government persuasion.

Submit your donation: Please mail check with your return address to: Raincoast Research Society, Box 399, Sointula, BC V0N 3E0

Available March 23rd, 2021

"Not on My Watch" is an urgent, essential read for anyone who cares about the rapidly dwindling wild salmon population of British Columbia. Meticulous, penetrating and passionate, Morton's thorough exploration of the history and effect of placing an industrial zone in prime wild salmon habitat is chilling and infuriating.

- Eden Robinson, author of the Trickster Trilogy