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Clayoquot Salmon Festival 2020

Friends of Clayoquot Sound’s Clayoquot Salmon Festival Teams Up with Salmon Nation’s Festival of What Works for Online Networking Week in November

Image: Salmon Nation.

As COVID remains a major issue for in-person events, Friends of Clayoquot Sound are taking the 2020 Clayoquot Salmon Festival online! This year, we’re teaming up with the Festival of What Works presented by Salmon Nation for a week of online events to celebrate salmon and what is working to protect the greater salmon bioregion.

Clayoquot Salmon Festival usually kicks off September long weekend, running through to the following weekend with events happening daily to engage the local crowds around Tofino. But with longer days and sunshine, September is not ideal for an online Festival so we are pushing back until November when days are shorter and more people will be online. The Clayoquot Salmon Festival x Festival of What Works collaboration will run from Sunday, November 15 – Sunday, November, 22. Stay tuned for exciting updates and details.

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