By Warren Magnusson, Karena Shaw
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Org) is now the coordinating international organization for the BC campaign. org) are its sponsors. ca/bc) have been prominent in the campaign. org) have also been important in the Great Bear Rainforest campaign (described in Karena Shaw’s essay in this volume). org). Relevant maps, photographs, and campaign accounts are available on the Web sites noted. A good place to begin surfing is at the Coastal Rainforest Coalition site, where there are links to many of the other organizations. 6. “According to William Dietrich, the term ‘ancient forest’ was coined in 1988 by executives of the Oregon Natural Resources Council, a regional group that has played a key role in monitoring timber sales and national forest plans.
Principal settlements of the Clayoquot Sound area This page intentionally left blank Encountering Clayoquot, Reading the Political Karena Shaw I first arrived in Tofino—the main non-Native village in Clayoquot Sound— for a three-week visit on December 20, 1988. Just getting to Clayoquot Sound was a striking experience: a two-hour ferry ride from Vancouver to Vancouver Island, then a three-hour drive over rugged mountains, with not so much as a house or gas station for the last hour or so. At the end of the road was Tofino: a sleepy, rain-drenched hamlet.
The various native villages—that is, the ones other than Bamfield and Hot Springs Cove—are much smaller. Generally, the areas that have been in dispute with respect to logging are the ones outside the “Core Protected” Zones noted in Figure 2. For other sorts of maps, including ones that show the location of Indian reserves, the boundaries of Tree Farm Licences, and so on, visit the Web Sites noted in our Research Guide. See the Introduction, notes 3, 7, and 10, for further guidance. 21 Figure 1.
A Political Space: Reading the Global through Clayoquot Sound by Warren Magnusson, Karena Shaw