Clayoquot Sound . . . Keep it Wild!
The health of the global environment depends on intact ecosystems. It is our responsibility to act as peaceful and courageous advocates for marine and terrestrial life in Clayoquot Sound. »Read More
We Work On These Core Campaigns:
In the two decades since record protests led to decreased logging in Clayoquot Sound . . . »Read More
Twenty years ago Clayoquot Sound was the site of major industrial logging. That declined significantly after the 1993 Clayoquot Summer protests. However, the cutting of ancient rainforests has never stopped. The rate of cut dropped to an all-time low in 1998, but since then it has crept upwards again.»Read More
Clayoquot has one of the densest concentrations of open net-cage salmon farms (feedlots) on the BC coast, with 21 sites. In late 2012, Mainstream Canada, a Norwegian-owned company, sited its new Atlantic salmon feedlot near Plover Point, along the shore of Meares Island Tribal Park.»Read More
Globally, many of the world’s high-grade ore deposits have been mined out, while commodity prices of gold and copper have risen to record highs. These factors have led mining companies from around the world to target low-grade deposits, such as are found here in Clayoquot Sound.»Read More