The Huffington Post
By Rick Buckman Coe
After two weeks on the road touring our new ep, Crow’s Nest, we found ourselves back at Jita’s Cafe in the mountain town of Golden, B.C. Throughout this province, along with the stunning vistas and reunions with friends, there are the all the little businesses and breakfast joints I really look forward to revisiting. And so my love for this land and the people grows with each tour.
And because of this love, the band and I have been showing a short documentary at all of our shows called Groundswell — which is about the Great Bear Rainforest and was created by Chris Malloy and Raincoast Conservation. Not only is it a gorgeous surf film but it addresses the looming threat of the Enbridge’s Northern Gateway Pipeline for this rugged remote area along our northern coast and it’s First Nation inhabitants…
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