Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society...

a provincially registered, non-profit society working as environmental stewards in conservation, education and restoration in Boundary Bay and the Fraser River delta,

welcomes you to join us in our efforts to preserve, restore and protect Boundary Bay!


Volunteers are always welcome!

Click here to learn more about volunteering with the Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society.

Our Mission Statement

To preserve, restore and raise knowledge of the ecological values of the Boundary Bay Ecosystem and its watershed FoSBS incorporated as a Society under the Society Act, April 6, 2001.

Click here for a schematic overview of Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Structure

The Purposes of Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society:

a) To participate in the rehabilitation of the estuarine, marine and watershed habitats of Semiahmoo Bay, Boundary Bay, Birch Bay and Drayton Harbor.

b) To participate in the inventory of the history and current status of all biotic elements of the receiving waters and watershed (including fish and shellfish, intertidal life, shoreline and shallow water vegetation and water quality and circulation.)

c) To join with First nations and other stewardship groups to develop training and educational programs for schools, community groups and members of the public that include public participatory events and specific projects such as community and shoreline mapping, native planting and removal of invasive non-native species, water quality monitoring, shoreline cleanups and installation of educational signage.

d) To raise funds to create marine/estuarine/watershed educational centres within this ecosystem.

And to enjoy the company of individuals and partner organizations who are committed to the above!



Action items:

Sing it Wild Contest

After a successful initial year of Sing it Wild, we are happy to once again announce the popular World Ocean's Day song contest. If you are 18 years or younger and have a passion for the environment and talent for song writing, please see our facebook page or this link for more information and entry details. Entry deadline May 2015.


Get involved!

Participate in one of the many invasive species removals or shoreline cleanup initiatives in your area this spring and summer. See the Birds on the Bay Calendar of events for information!

Learn more about SHOREKEEPERS and how you can be involved in stewarding your local beach - Click For more information or to register.

Save the date!

For details of events, please visit our Calendar of Events page.

In the News

Letter to the Editor in Peace Arch news from S. Watkins praises FOSB for stewardship and education. July, 2014

Learn more about the effects of coal trains on our health and environment. Get involved in this local issue. Visit 'Communities and Coal' and the 'Coal Free White Rock' website for more information and links provided by proponents of eliminating coal trains traversing through our community.