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Clayoquot Dunes

Coastal sand ecosystems are one of the rarest and most threatened ecosystem types in Canada.
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Print Newsletter Archive

May 1st, 2012
FOCS-winter- 2011

Click the links below to download older print newsletters (PDF).

Fall 2011 / Winter 2012
Download: FOCS_NL_2011_winter — Cedar is the Tree of Life by Joe Martin; Mining boom sparks controversy by Calvin Sandborn; DFO’s smoking gun by Alexandra Morton; Blowing BC’s carbon bank by Jens Wieting; Flores Island flashpoint by Dan Lewis; New salmon farm proposed for Clayoquot by Bonny Glambeck.

Summer 2011
Download: FOCS_NL_2011_summer — Of mines and whales by Dr. Jim Darling; Ancient forest in my eyes by Thomas Martin; Wild salmon are the lifeblood of the coast by Alexandra Morton; Imperial Metals to explore for second Clayoquot mine by Maryjka Mychajlowcyz; A new approach to conservation by Lee-Ann Unger; Flores Island forest watch by Dan Lewis.

Fall 2010 / Winter 2011
Download: FOCS_NL_2010_winter Flores flagged by Dan Lewis; Catface Mountain mine—an Ahousaht perspective by Joe James Rampanen; The Big Burn by Briony Penn, Wild Side Trail on Flores Island by Tara Atleo, Crazy for copper by Maryjka Mychajlowcyz.

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