Clayoquot Dunes

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

Testimonials

Virginia Thompson, of Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada writes:

My relationship with Clayoquot Sound began in 1974. Tofino was still a small fishing village, and magnificent Long Beach was deserted. I fell in love with Clayoquot Sound and it has been a life-long affair.

Although I have travelled to many of the world’s most beautiful places, never have I found a place that so touched me. There is a primordial beauty in the Sound that is powerful, spiritual. When I visit I always feel I have come home.

In 1989, I joined FOCS. In 1993, I returned to stand on the blockades after the government opened the door for logging.

The Peace Camp and the blockades were an outpouring of caring for this place by the community, as well as by people from all over the world. Never before had I experienced such a sense of community and respect. FOCS was at the heart of this and remains perhaps the most authentic environmental group I know precisely because of its grassroots. As part of the  community, the Friends understand local issues intimately.

However, the protection of the Sound cannot be left only to the local community. Clayoquot Sound is a rare treasure which we have a responsibility to preserve not only for our country, but for the world, for ourselves and for our children.

Join our Wilderness Team: Become a donor!

Regular monthly donations provide a reliable source of revenue for us to carry out our vital work defending Clayoquot Sound. Even $15 a month helps a lot.

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Get Involved: Help Us Protect Clayoquot Sound

Friends of Clayoquot Sound has proven that people power works—time and time again. Governments remember the massive protests that happened here in 1993, and they sit up and listen when people write in about Clayoquot. We’ve made it easy for you to do just that. Please add your voice now and be part of saving Clayoquot Sound for future generations.

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