Defending land, water and living communities
People like you supply Wild Coast teams with equipment, food and transportation.
The Wild Coast crew: Grassroots, anti-racist, feminist, and fierce in defense of the land. FAN has no fancy offices or high-paid staff, just a fighting spirit and the courage to win.
Hall of Fame
Cheers to these community sponsors!
Singing Bowl Granola
This work has been carried out with the aid of a grant from the Freedonia Cooperation
Unifor Local 467
CUPE Local 3338
Council of Canadians
Deluxe Wall Tents of Canada
Edelmann & Co Law
Anti-Violence Project UVic
Salmon Are Sacred
Students of Colour Collective
Garden of Eden
Salmon Feedlot Boycott
Protect Our Parks Alliance
Banner image: Botany Bay by Ellen Atkin Media
Download the Legal Guide to Civil Disobedience
Welcome to the Wild Coast
Marine Trail Resort Reviews
Trail lands need park protection
Defeat likely for resort proposal
Pacheedaht First Nation members reject resort plan
Read The Langford Rebellion: Public Opinion, Development and Bear Mountain
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HOSTILES - BEWARE
Tse Wedi Elh (Rocks Flowing)
Join us in supporting Tse Wedi Elh: A self-organized project for indigenous housing and culture
Building new homes for indigenous families
In the fall of 2012, volunteers were proud to complete the first family home, along with a smokehouse, water pumping system, and comfortable facilities. The second is now under construction.
Teaching stewardship of the land
In the summer, Tse Wedi Elh hosts a camp where hundreds of people of all ages participate in workshops about traditional harvesting, environmental protection, and restoration.
Celebrating indigenous songs, language, and culture
Visitors from Unis'tot'en, Gidumten, Wet'suwet'en and other nations and clans share their songs, dances, traditional foods, crafts, and stories.
Help support this project. Contact us for more information. Thank you!