May
11
6:00 PM18:00

Boat To Tailgate 2019

A celebration of west coast life-style which honours the bounty of our waters by giving back to the causes that support them.


Boat To Tailgate celebrates life on the West coast. For two weeks leading up to the event local sport and recreation fisherman catch a bounty of seafood from dungeness crab to fresh halibut, and wild salmon. On the night, local chefs from Shelter, Wolf in the Fog and Wickaninnish Inn join forces to create a delicious seafood buffet cooked on the dock at Trilogy. All proceeds from the event support wild Pacific salmon recovery efforts in Clayoquot Sound. Proceeds are divided between CWFS, Tofino Salmon Enhancement Society and the Clayoquot Biosphere Trust Wild Salmon Fund. 

We will have a band / entertainment, raffles and prize winning opportunities (with prizes from local businesses), alcohol for purchase and consume on-site. The attention of guests will likely be on the food, which will all be caught by local sport fishermen specifically for this event, and prepared by the top chefs in the area.

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THE WEST COAST TRIPLE PLANK, presented by Karun
May
2
to May 4

THE WEST COAST TRIPLE PLANK, presented by Karun

THE WEST COAST TRIPLE PLANK, presented by Karun

A friendly three-day SNOW-SKATE- SURF contest held on Vancouver island, BC.

Location: UCLUELET, TOFINO, MT. WASHINGTON

REGISTRATION 60$ 
(PREREGISTRATION ONLY and LIMITED SPOTS!!! )
Includes Entry into Snow, Skate, Surf or all three!

Register here


The fundraiser was first founded by Marie-France Roy and Alicia Gilmour in 2017 as a fun gathering to raise funds and awareness for Central Westcoast Forest Society (CWFS) a local conservation and restoration Registered Charity. The goal is to celebrate the sports and community that we love while helping to protect and restore our precious and beautiful Coast. 

100% of event Proceeds donated to Central Westcoast Forest Society!!

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August Volunteer Day
Aug
24
9:00 AM09:00

August Volunteer Day

Lets pull some knotweed, and plant some greenery! We will be removing whats left of the invasive weed and planting other grasses, plants, and trees to help revitalize the riparian zone. 

Knotweed is a threat to biodiversity, and can educe soil erosion. By removing whats left of the weed, and planting in the riparian zone we can dramatically reduce its impacts on the system.

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Volunteer Day
Jul
20
9:00 AM09:00

Volunteer Day

What is now a viable habitat for salmon, amphibians, and watershed vegetation, referred to as Conference Creek. A human-made restoration project that speeds up natural processes. It has been restored from an early-era logging road. 

While the off-channel is already thriving, we are hoping to bring more oxygen into the system by streamlining ground-fed streams nearby, and trimming down overgrown vegetation. 

We will meet at the Tofino / Ucluelet junction at 9:00am on June 20th, or you can look for signs about 500m before the Kennedy Lake Boat Launch. Looking forward to hanging out!

Please wear close-toes shoes, and bring food / water.

SUPPORTED BY

Zoe's Bakery, Pina Styles, Patagonia Vancouver

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Boat-to-Tailgate
May
5
6:00 PM18:00

Boat-to-Tailgate

This Saturday May 5th, 6pm-9pm is Boat to Tailgate a seafood and craft beverage lovers event you won’t want to miss!

All proceeds from the event support @cwfsrestoration, Wild Salmon Fund and Tofino Salmon Enhancement Society.

Tickets are available online through @feasttofino or at @tofinobrewco and @trilogyfishstore

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Roys Bag and Tan and Hide-Smolt trap fundraiser, vodka tasting and volunteer appreciation night.
Apr
20
8:00 PM20:00

Roys Bag and Tan and Hide-Smolt trap fundraiser, vodka tasting and volunteer appreciation night.

Come join us April 20th for a evening of music and drinks with Roys Bag and  Tan and Hide

Ucluelet ANAF, doors at 8, show at 9. Free vodka tasting with Pacific Rim Distillery, 8-9pm.

Free beverage for all past CWFS  volunteers. All proceeds go towards the lost shoe smolt tramp monitoring project, helping us better understand our local wild salmon populations. 

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