Category: Peaceful Direct Action

Protecting Fairy Creek

I couldn’t help but notice British Columbia’s slumbering forest movement awakening over the last few years. Busy working hard to protect the wild salmon which ancestral forests depend on, I watched from the fringes. This

Still logging Clayoquot Sound

I never expected to end up in maximum security prison when I moved to Tofino in 1988. I had just finished my fourth season of tree planting—I knew what would happen to Clayoquot Sound’s rainforest

No Tankers rally in Tofino

Northern Gateway—the Clayoquot of our times

It’s time to draw the linePundits have been saying that Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipeline project will be the ‘Clayoquot’ of our times. No wonder. There is no more pressing challenge facing our planet and thus

Beyond Boarding in the Sacred Headwaters

23 year old Tamo Campos grew up in North Vancouver. A sponsored snowboarder who chased winter for the last 12 years, he’s now putting roots into both environmental and humanitarian work.  This led him to cofound

Clayoquot Summer 20 Years After—Part 2

Radical U Was Clayoquot Summer worth all the effort? The Peace Camp in 1993 was a glimpse at an alternative to corporate control of our world—direct democracy. It was a radical university, empowering over ten

Clayoquot Summer: 20 years after

The roots of Clayoquot Summer Twenty-five years ago Tofino residents and Nuu-chah-nulth locals stood together in Sulphur Pass to prevent a road from being punched into the wildlands of northern Clayoquot Sound. The theme song

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Send an email to Environment Minister George Heyman to stop fish farms from dumping pesticides into Clayoquot Sound!