So, you're ready to get involved and commit to doing Reefkeepers monitoring! That's great! You could either join a current project, or form your own team. Before getting started, you will need to take some form of Reefkeepers' training. If you would like to be the project coordinator, you will need to take the Certified Reefkeepers course, and if you would like to be a volunteer diver, you will need to take the Reefkeepers' Volunteer Diver course. Read the training page on this site to find out the training required to get involved in Reefkeepers' monitoring.
To find out more about the training courses or anything to do with Reefkeepers, contact us. Below is a list of Reefkeepers' projects that might be able to use your help:
|SPARS (Sidney Reef Artificial Reef Science)||Greater Victoria and Sidney, British Columbia||Tish Soley, Ocean Sports|
Philip Lambert, Royal British Columbia Museum
|Saanich Inlet Reefkeepers Monitoring||Saanich Inlet||Gail Taylor, Reefwatchers Dive Club|
|Ogden Point Breakwater||Victoria||Gaye Sihin, Pacific Shorekeepers & Reefkeepers|
If you would like contact information for your Reefkeepers' project included above, please contact us.