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Global Responsibility
Clayoquot Wilderness Resorts & Spa properties are located in the transition zone of the Clayoquot Sound Biosphere Reserve Area, in one of the best intact examples of temperate rainforest left on earth.

Designated in 1999, by Unesco (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organizations) Programme on Man and the Biosphere, the Clayoquot Sound Biosphere Reserve was deemed a habitat so important to the biodiversity of the planet that the world community recognizes it as such and creates a cooperative reserve to protect and sustain it.

United Nations Mandated Governance
The spirit of the Biosphere Reserve governs resort operations and forms the backbone of all policies and sustainable development. The Trust is committed to exist in Clayoquot Sound in an entirely sensitive and environmentally sustainable manner.

Both properties employ local men and women, and through various education-based naturalist and recreational offerings, contribute to the enhancement and global understanding of the Clayoquot Sound Biosphere Reserve Area.

All aspects of resort operations are low-impact and are updated as technology allows. Comprehensive recycling governs food and beverage service, organic gardens reduce commercial dependency, gravity-fed turbines generate fuel-less electricity and hot water, toilets composte waste materials into organic matter, and all marine and land adventures are non-intrusive and conservancy-driven.

Enduring Alliances
And finally, Clayoquot Wilderness Resorts & Spa works hand-in-hand with the Nuu-Chah-Nulth First Nation people, as well as local, regional and federal governments in developing sustainable, environmentally responsible development and environmental enhancement programs that benefit all.

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For an in-depth and entertaining look at the resorts' social and environmental governance, visit the Newsletter Archives


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