Since the inception of SEEC in 1984, SEEC has engaged with many organizations to accomplish the terms of the Treaty mandate.

The funded work typically falls into the categories of Watershed Integrity, Ecosystem Stewardship, Recreation and Education. Among those many organizations SEEC has consistently partnered with the following over the years.

The Province of British Columbia’s Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy, Ministry of Water, Land & Resource Stewardship and Ministry of Forests are responsible for administering and managing conservation lands for fish and wildlife. These lands are made up of a variety of land types that all give priority to the conservation of wildlife, fish and their habitat, while often providing for other resource uses.

Our philosophical approach to protecting these important values is embodied in our conservation principles.

Hope Mountain Centre for Outdoor Learning provides outdoor education, recreation, and ecological awareness in the watersheds of Southwest British Columbia.

We believe in teaching and inspiring through shared outdoor experiences; inspiration grounded in the inherent beauty and scientific wonder of nature, the understanding of our place in the natural world and our potential to care well for it.

Our programs are carefully planned, inherently beautiful and professionally taught.

The North Cascades National Park lies in the northernmost region of the Cascade Mountains in Washington State amid wild, forested, nearly impenetrable mountains remarkable because of their numerous glaciers, permanent snowfields, and sheer-walled cliffs, spires, and pinnacles.

The park is actually one of three units in the North Cascades National Park Service Complex which was established in 1968 and is composed of Lake Chelan, Ross Lake and North Cascades National Park.

SCA provides college and high school-aged members with hands-on conservation service opportunities in virtually every field imaginable, from tracking grizzlies through the Tetons to restoring desert ecosystems and teaching environmental education at Washington, D.C.’s Urban Tree House.

We are truly building the next generation of conservation leaders.

NCI seeks to inspire a closer relationship with nature through direct experiences in the natural world. Our mission is to conserve and restore Northwest environments through education. Since 1986 we have helped connect people, nature and community through science, art, literature and the hands-on study of natural and cultural history.