Clayoquot Dunes

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

Fall/winter 2016 newsletter now available

December 19th, 2016

The fall/winter 2016 edition of our twice-yearly newsletter is out. Articles include:

  • A promise of environmental protection: Welcoming home Weeping Cedar Woman
  • Clayoquot Salmon Festival Wrap Up
  • Warriors for Yaakswiis
  • Tla-o-qui-aht members seek alternative to colonial logging systems

Plus updates on our campaigns, and action items for you to take forward. Take a read and please share!

Follow this link: focs-winter-16 to view and download the full Newsletter. You can find print copies at many outlets in Tofino and around BC. Contact us if you want to help with distribution in your area.

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