Thanks for a wildly successful rendezvous!

Huge thanks to all the volunteers who organized the gathering, drove the shuttle vans, cooked meals, hauled water, dug latrines, and cleaned up afterward. Your hard work made Wild Earth a howling success!

The Wild Earthlings gratefully acknowledge those who contributed financial support to the gathering. Over $4000 was raised in April and May to cover food, supplies, camp gear, and transportation. The donation jar at the rendezvous collected almost $1000 from a hundred participants. Those donations made all the difference! The funds covered all our costs and even allowed us to reimburse many of the workshop presenters for their travel.

Props to our biggest supporters:
- Allan Antliff, Victoria
- Alberni Environmental Coalition, Port Alberni
- Cowboy Coffee, North Vancouver
- Rainforest Action Network, California
- Global Greengrants Fund, Colorado

Thank you!

Qwatsinas gives a Nuxalk name to baby Lily, now known as "Qax" (Salmonberry) with parents Osha and Justin.

Hala'qwit, songkeeper for the Ditidaht First Nation, and his daughter welcome the campers.

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