Every little bit helps.
Whether donating directly or passing on the proceeds from an event, consider supporting the following groups and efforts.
Stake in the Peace
It's time to take a stand and plant your stake to support the cost of the First Nations' legal battle toSTOP SITE C + SAVE THE PEACE RIVER VALLEY
$100 DONATION (tax receipted) plants A YELLOW STAKE (with your name + city name) on the third-generation Boon Farm, which BC Hydro wants to acquire/expropriate by Christmas...
100% of funds raised directly support Prophet River and West Moberly First Nations legal challenge to Protect the Peace River Valley.
PLANT YOURS NOW to STOP SITE C and SAVE THIS VALLEY!
The Peace Valley Environment Association was formed in 1975 to counter the proposal by BC Hydro and Power Authority to build the Site C dam and power station on the Peace River, 18km upstream from Taylor and 6.5km southwest of Fort St. John, BC.
PVEA will continue to work to ensure that the court of public opinion against Site C is loud and clear! Our organization works collaboratively with a number of other groups including Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Y2Y), BC Wilderness Committee, Sierra Club BC and Treaty 8 Tribal Association. Additionally, funding supported has been gratefully received from West Coast Environmental Law’s Environmental Dispute Resolution Fund, Vancouver Foundation, Y2Y, BC Women’s Institute and many generous individuals.
The work of the PVEA depends primarily on donations from private individuals. We have been fortunate to secure donations from organizations from Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative, Wilderness Committee, Patagonia, Vancouver Foundation, the Brainerd Foundation and Mountain Equipment Co-op over the years as well.
Sierra Club B.C.
Sierra Club BC is working closely with the Mikisew Cree First Nation to ensure that the UNESCO mission receives intense international scrutiny and media attention. This will give a strong boost to the avalanche of letters, petitions, calls and messages (over 45,000!) from concerned citizens asking Prime Minister Trudeau to put a moratorium on Site C.
Please note the Treaty 8 First Nations have been contacted and a link to their fundraising efforts will be posted if permission is granted.