[sea-organizing] NEXT TUESDAY: What's Up in the T'Sou-ke Hills? Info Session and Q&A

What's Up in the T'Sou-ke Hills? Info Session and Q&A
Tuesday, January 14, 2020 at 6 PM – 9 PM
Juan De Fuca Library meeting room, 1759 Island Hwy, Victoria

Join Friends of the T'Sou-ke Hills Wilderness for a presentation and Q&A session on the issues, threats and visions for this beloved magnificent local forest of our region.

Following the news that the provincial government will not be pursuing an alternate route to the Malahat through the local forest, we are keen to celebrate and capitalize on this victory in the new year.

Curious about what is going on in the T'Sou-ke Hills and what's next? Too many moving pieces and details to keep track of?

We'll help make you sense of it all, probe deeper into the issues, connect the dots and then discuss ways we can come together as a community to ensure this wilderness remains intact for the sake of all beings and future generations.

J Ocean Dennie
Founding Member, Friends of the T'Sou-ke Hills Wilderness

Ray Zimmerman
Founding Member, Sea to Sea Greenbelt Society

Free Admission

The T'Sou-ke Hills stretches from Goldstream Park in the east, Sooke HIlls Wilderness Park in the south, Koksilah Provincial Park in the north, all the way westward to Diitiida (Jordan River) and beyond! It currently encompasses regional parks, water supply areas, sacred Indigenous sites, and forests where logging is being undertaken.

This massive forest is the traditional territory of the T'Sou-ke, MÁLEXEȽ (Malahat), Sci’anew (Beecher Bay), Pacheedaht and Cowichan Tribes.

This event is taking place on lands stolen from the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations and the territory of the Teechamitsa family in particular.

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