Young women’s blockade 1993

Claoquot Summer 1993 was the largest act of civil disobedience in Canadian history.

Maps

Click on the thumbnails to enlarge these topical maps of Clayoquot Sound, produced by our colleagues at the Wilderness Committee and Sierra Club BC.

Industrial salmon farms (700k):

ClayoquotSalmonFeedlots--550
Potential mine sites (630k):

Clayoquot Mining

Logged and unlogged areas (800k):

Logged & unlogged areas in Clayoquot Sound

First Nations territories and reserves (700k):

First Nations territories & reserves

Intact, unprotected watersheds (700k):

Clayoquot intact unprotected areas

Current parks and protected areas (670k):

Current parks in Clayoquot Sound

Clayoquot Sound — the last unlogged valleys on Vancouver Island (3.1Mb):

What's left on Vancouver Island

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