Clayoquot CleanUp Restore the Shore

$16,950 of $50,000 goal

Raised by 92 people in 27 months
Created April 24, 2017
CleanUp Team
ENVIRONMENTAL EMERGENCY - Clayoquot CleanUp is a world leader in marine habitat restoration.  Specializing in emergency spill response, accumulated debris removal, and aquaculture site deconstruction and removal our team of technical experts possess advanced training and experience that assures successful restoration of demanding marine environments.  

In June 2017 the CleanUp team set a record for cleaning the longest continuous stretch of coastline in the world.  In just under two weeks technical directors and teams of volunteers successfully restored 29.04 kilometres of pristine British Columbia coastline to a pollution-free state.   The benefits to local First Nations, coastal communities, and a myriad of resident and migratory wildlife cannot be understated.

 Clayoquot CleanUp continues to work within Clayoquot Sound targeting the removal of accumulated ocean plastics and marine debris, abandoned aquaculture  sites, and responding to emergency pollution spills throughout the area.  To learn more about upcoming initiatives please register as a volunteer by emailing us at info@clayoquotcleanup.com 


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The CleanUp team is hard at work already this season. We are working in partnership with the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation and their Tribal Park Guardian program to restore important habitat within their traditional FN territory. Thank you to everyone for your continued support of the CleanUp team, your contributions make all the difference!!!
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The CleanUp team enjoyed a fantastic start to the 2019 project season on Saturday March 16th. Working in partnership with the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation and the Tribal Park Guardians the CleanUp team began work along the shores of traditional Tla-o-qui-aht territory where thousands of pounds of pollution was removed from sensitive marine habitat. Please consider supporting the CleanUp team in 2019 by making a contribution to the funding goal. Thank you to everyone who has supported these efforts thus far! We couldn't do it without out!
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Thank you to everyone who has supported the efforts of the CleanUp team! We are excited to kick-off our 2019 operational season this weekend (March 16th). We will be focusing on traditional Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation Tribal Park territory this year. For more info please visit our website www.clayoquotcleanup.com
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We have just started the public fundraising for the Cleland Island Ecological Reserve project in partnership with the Ahousaht First Nation, the Raincoast Education Society, and BC Parks. Please share and consider contributing to this important rehabilitation project!
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Kkirea
3 months ago

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Raised by 92 people in 27 months
Created April 24, 2017
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Lizzie Snow
8 days ago

We are donating $5 from each print to Clayoquot CleanUp. "The Wolf Mandala", a collaborative artwork between Kate Zessel and Lizzie Snow 'fortyonehundred'. This $5 is from print #4!

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Elizabeth Snow
16 days ago

We are donating $5 from each print to Clayoquot CleanUp. "The Wolf Mandala", a collaborative artwork between Kate Zessel and Lizzie Snow 'fortyonehundred'. This $5 is from print #3!

$5
Lizzie Snow
17 days ago

We are donating $5 from each print to Clayoquot CleanUp. "The Wolf Mandala", a collaborative artwork between Kate Zessel and Lizzie Snow 'fortyonehundred'. This $5 is from print #2!

$5
Lizzie Snow Snow
24 days ago

We are donating $5 from each print to Clayoquot CleanUp. "The Wolf Mandala", a collaborative artwork between Kate Zessel and Lizzie Snow 'fortyonehundred'. This $5 is from print #1!

$80
Anonymous
2 months ago
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$25
Patrick Vannan
2 months ago
JB
$75
Joanne Bower
2 months ago

I saw your film short at Elements Film Fest and care deeply about our oceans and B.C. coastline and wildlife.

WR
$3,500
wolfgang rieder
3 months ago
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Really great effort !! I have a place on Vargas ( Dick & Jane / John / Bea's) and Sam as a caretaker.

MC
$50
Matthew Chatigny
3 months ago
LM
$100
Lynn McGuire
3 months ago

I love BC and Vancouver Island. You people do such an amazing job. Thankyou!!

Kkirea
3 months ago

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