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Raw log exports

A sad day for Clayoquot's ancient forests…

Clayoquot Sound . . . Keep it Wild!

The health of the global environment depends on intact ecosystems.
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Clayoquot Salmon Festival, 26-30 Sept.

We are delighted to present Wild Salmon appreciation week, including:
Sat — Salmon discovery kids’ games
Sun — Salmon Conservation celebration
Mon — documentary The Breach
Tue — Salmon Speakers Forum
Wed — Performance Activism Expo
daily — Ocean Seasons art exhibit

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Salmon farms, bad news & good

A new Atlantic salmon farm was just approved: Yaakswiis, off the east shore of Flores Island. But with the denial of another application, and the news that Yaakswiis will replace an existing farm, the number of farms in Clayoquot stays unchanged at 20. Ahousaht chiefs also announced a feasibility study for a land-based salmon farm on Meares Island.

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Activists at Vancouver AGM hold Imperial Metals accountable

Friends of Clayoquot Sound were part of a team of activists and First Nations warriors who took to the streets on May 27th to protest Imperial Metals at their Annual General Meeting.  FOCS board member Eileen Floody was able to enter the AGM and read a motion calling for Imperial Metals to allow First Nations voices to speak to the AGM (her request was denied).  Follow the link for a full recap by new FOCS campaigner Jeh Custerra.

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Summer 2015 Newsletter available

Our summer newsletter is now available online. This bi-annual issue includes articles on the health of wild salmon in Clayoquot Sound, the power of Tribal Parks to oppose mining, event invitations, and articles on earthquakes and permaculture.

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Forum: Tsilhqot'in, Mining and Tribal Parks: Implications for the West Coast

We had a great evening with presenters Drew Mildon, Josie Osborne, Nitanis Desjarlais, Joe Martin, and Terry Dorward. The Ha-Shilth-Sa news gave the event great coverage, and many of the presentations can be viewed on our Youtube channel. To read about the event or watch the videos, follow the link.

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_2014-09-29_Veronika Degmayr volunteer-cropIntern Veronika Degmayr helped organize the People’s Climate March, and applied her GIS skills to creating the interactive Clayoquot resource map. Veronika is now back in Munich pursuing her Masters in Environmental Systems and Sustainability.

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