Clayoquot Campus

The 10-acre site that makes up the Clayoquot Campus is focused on supporting and upholding Indigenous governance, knowledge, and culture. Named for the traditional Nuu-chah-nulth cedar benches that are used for knowledge-sharing, the Naa'Waya'Sum Coastal Indigenous Gardens include medicinal plants, ornamentals, sculptures, and water features. The Campus also offers the IISAAK Learning Lodge with programming focused on Indigenous-led conservation, and the (temporarily named) Little Costa Rica Café. The Clayoquot Campus is the inaugural satellite campus of the Pacific IPCA Innovation Centre.