'Venus Returns to the Great Bear Rainforest, A Community Celebration of Nature, Music & Dance June 2nd in East Van' Excerpt from Article By Adam Siddhartha Read the full article by clicking on the Spirit Bear On Saturday June 2nd, come to The Great Bear Rainforest, A Celebration of Nature, Music and Dance at Trout Lake Community Centre, East is East, Prana Yoga, Eternal Abundance and Tzvi’s Place in East Vancouver. This is a community event to celebrate the creatures and cultures of The Great Bear Rainforest through music, dance and many art forms. Half of the proceed will go to PacificWild.org and their tireless mission to inspire the world to fall in love with and protect this last intact temperate rainforest in the world with it’s stunning bio-diversity, it’s creatures of legend and timeless indigenous cultures. The immediate threats to the kingdom of the Great Bear from deforestation, toxic disease and virus spewing fish farms (IHN virus outbreak now confirmed in the Clayquot Sound and north Sechelt Inlet), and now from the totally insane plan to pipe corrosive tar sands bitumen to the BC coast and ship it to foreign markets by supertanker are of unprecedented concern to all of us. Anyone with their brain and compassion switched on knows in their heart of hearts that this would result in oil spills and kill our Great Bear Rainforest and it’s creatures & cultures…

'Venus Returns to the Great Bear Rainforest, A Community Celebration of Nature, Music & Dance June 2nd in East Van'
Excerpt from
Article By Adam Siddhartha
Read the full article by clicking on the Spirit Bear

On Saturday June 2nd, come to The Great Bear Rainforest, A Celebration of Nature, Music and Dance at Trout Lake Community Centre, East is East, Prana Yoga, Eternal Abundance and Tzvi’s Place in East Vancouver. This is a community event to celebrate the creatures and cultures of The Great Bear Rainforest through music, dance and many art forms. Half of the proceed will go to PacificWild.org and their tireless mission to inspire the world to fall in love with and protect this last intact temperate rainforest in the world with it’s stunning bio-diversity, it’s creatures of legend and timeless indigenous cultures. The immediate threats to the kingdom of the Great Bear from deforestation, toxic disease and virus spewing fish farms (IHN virus outbreak now confirmed in the Clayquot Sound and north Sechelt Inlet), and now from the totally insane plan to pipe corrosive tar sands bitumen to the BC coast and ship it to foreign markets by supertanker are of unprecedented concern to all of us. Anyone with their brain and compassion switched on knows in their heart of hearts that this would result in oil spills and kill our Great Bear Rainforest and it’s creatures & cultures…

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