June 28, 2018

Marine Park MooredIn 1989 the British Columbia Parks Department approached the Council of BC Yacht Clubs to set up a charitable organization to assist in protecting recreational boating interests and to raise funds for the purchase of BC Marine Parks. In 1990 B.C. Marine Parks Forever Society was formed. They are all un-paid volunteers without an office. They are also Council of BC Yacht Club members and they represent the recreational boaters in British Columbia.

Stern Ties at Melanie Cove

 

 

 

 

 

 

The organizations mandate is to help the Province of British Columbia create new marine parks and enhance existing parks. The parks are for everyone, including beachcombers, kayakers on up to larger pleasure boaters. We British Columbians have one of the finest marine recreational areas in the world.

Stern Ties at Melanie Cove 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Funding comes from the members of the Council BC Yacht Clubs with financial support in partnership with other associations, the BC Government agencies, special bequests and from people like you. Private memorial cash donations or property donations are all welcome as a wonderful lasting legacy.

Marine Parks ForeverThe Stern Tie Program was launched with the first shore-tie pins, chain and plaques installed in Melanie Cove on July 10, 2015. Park Ranger Ian Curtis, Area Supervisor Rod Dalziel and Section Head Wade Anderson along with BC Parks staff. BC Marine Parks forever Society, Pres. George Creek was also on hand for the installation.

Marine Parks DockIf you want to help BC Marine Parks forever Society expand and enhance our BC Marine Park system, this is your opportunity to get involved. You preserve the whole environment when you create new BC Marine parks.

For complete information go to: http://www.marineparksforever.ca/index.html

 

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