Ah’ta’apq Creek Hydropower Project is coand other Indigenous communities are switching to greener alternatives by replacing dirty diesel power with clean, renewable energy. Cleaner, healthier province & peace & quiet for Hesquiaht. Creating jobs & work

Ah'ta'apq Creek Hydropower Project

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Natural Resources

Indigenous stewards continue to press concerns about the negative impact of fish farms & introduction of Atlantic salmon to our waters. fisheries face an over-population of sea otters that endangers sea life

Fisheries

As stewards, we continue to press concerns over issues such as the impact of fish farms and the introduction of Atlantic salmon to our waters.

Our fisheries face an over-population of sea otters:

How do we balance an endangered species with the destruction of local sea life such as fish, crab, clams, mollusks &
other shellfish?

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The Clayoquot Sound is special to Hesquiaht First Nation, is a protector of the planet. temperate rainforests like Maquinna Provincial Park are vital in mitigating climate change as scientists share.  abundant plant life absorbs & house carbon dioxide.

Forestry

The Clayoquot Sound is special, as it is a protector of the planet.

Temperate rainforests are endangered yet vital to mitigating climate change as scientists share.

The extraordinary trees and abundance of plant life absorb and house massive amounts of carbon dioxide, helping to keep greenhouse gases from getting out of control.

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Wildlife

The Hesquiaht have a deep spiritual connection to animals, as seen through our artwork, totems, painting and woodworking.

The salmon lifecycle is a very sacred one, recognized as a true lifeline to wildlife & to the massive trees that grow nearby.

Our inter-connected eco-system nourishes and protects hundreds of species of animal life.

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Tourism

Our Hidden Oasis

Hot Spring Cove Lodging

The Lodge is located on Hesquiaht First Nation traditional territory and is 100% First Nation owned and operated. The Hesquiaht Lodge features six guest rooms with kitchenettes that sleep up to four and offer communal deck and BBQ facilities. While we offer comfort and convenience close to the natural hot springs pools there are no facilities for purchasing food and drinks so please ensure you pack your groceries in with you.

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About Hot Springs Cove

About Hot Springs Cove Hot Springs Cove Lodge & Campground is located on Hesquiaht First Nation traditional territory near Maquinna Marine Provincial Park in Clayoquot Sound, northwest of Tofino, on the west coast of Vancouver Island. Hot Springs Cove Lodge & Campground is 100% First Nation owned and operated.

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Fishing Adventures

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