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Over 1.2 million cigarette butts collected
Beachcomber and debris artist Pete Clarkson unveils new piece
About 60 volunteers pitched in for a cleanup of Cox Bay on Sept. 17
Surfrider Pacific Rim would like to see a federal ban on cellulose acetate cigarette filters
The amended bylaw includes banning plastic spoons, forks, knives, chopsticks and stir sticks
Funds to be used to replace EPS foam at Tofino’s First Street dock
YES Program includes downloadable lesson plans and ocean-friendly schools toolkit
Surfrider Pacific Rim proudly dishes out 15 new Ocean Friendly Business certificates
Surfrider Pacific Rim chapter manager applauds West Coast’s polystyrene ban.
Grassroots environmental nonprofit hopes to nix water bottles in Tofino and Ucluelet by spring 2022
Surfrider Pacific Rim chapter manager Lilly Woodbury touted the new ban as “definitely terrific news”
“It’s an award that reflects on everyone.”
We look forward to seeing you all November 20th-22nd.
As the coast opens up, businesses continue to prioritize environmental regeneration
West Coast recycling centre continues to serve thanks to an open-air depot and new regulations.
“We are all motivated to keep the area clean and do what we can to preserve it.”
Indulge in a sea-inspired book or bring nature indoors, writes chapter manager
“When you have 100 plus people all together in one room, you can feel the energy.”
Tofino and Ucluelet businesses give big over the holidays.
“We really want to see someone locally or regionally take this on and use this material locally.”