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Clayoquot Sound features miles of remote surf-swept beaches.

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‘Raging Grannies’ grandmothers arrested in Clayoquot Sound in 1993, while blocking a logging road (and knitting!) Photo: Chip Vinai

From stopping logging company MacMillan Bloedel on Meares Island in 1984, to significantly reducing industrial logging in 1993, we have shown that when people take action, we get results.

We have on more than one occasion stopped companies from punching roads into Clayoquot’s intact valleys — the latest in 2013. Media publicity and email campaigns, in combination with market pressure, have been key to these successes.

Governments remember what happened here in 1993 – a logging blockade that still ranks as Canada’s largest act of peaceful disobedience, coupled with world-wide protests and media coverage – and they don’t want a re-run. So they sit up and listen when people write in about Clayoquot Sound. 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.

Letter re: Salmon Farms – Transition to Closed Containment

Letter re: Keep Clayoquot Sound Oil-free

Letter re: Protect Clayoquot Rainforests

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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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