We’d love your feedback

The programs we are offering through the Living Forest Institute have developed from connecting our passion for our local forests with the passions of local people. We are always interested in learning from our participants about their experience so we can continue to offer engaging and relevant programming and continue to encourage everyone to become more familiar with the forests around them.

For questions regarding the Living Forest Institute, send us a message by either using the submission form below or by emailing

We can also be reached Monday to Friday between 9am and 4pm by telephone at 778-338-4142.  During the weekend in July and August, meet us in person in the Clack Creek Forest between 12:30pm and 4pm on Sunday afternoons.     

Looking for ways to do more for Clack Creek Forest?  Email Elphinstone Logging Focus at

See you in the Forest!

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How to get here

Gather at the Clack Creek Gallery Forest Trail Head.  The way will be well signed.  In addition to the map, below are written directions to guide you on how to get there:


Note: Allow yourself 30 minutes to get to the Trail Head from the turn off at the Highway. This includes parking your car and walking up the access road to the Trail Head where the check-in area is. See you there!


  • Turn off Hwy 101 onto the B & K Road (Largo Road on the maps): 0km

  • After the Golf Course crossing, pass the parking lot at the powerlines:  1km

  • Take the 1st left off the B & K Road onto Roberts-Flume Forest Service Road:  2.3km

  • Pass a gravel pit, cross a bridge (2km), keep to the right as the road heads north: 3.5km

  • At the top of this stretch the road turns left over a bridge: 4.7km

  • Within minutes look for signs asking you to park: 5.3km

  • Grab your stuff and walk 5 minutes up an old stony access road

  • Look on the left for a trailhead sign leading into the Clack Forest where you'll be greeted by your facilitator

Volunteer with us

Do you have a passion or skill that you would like to share with people in the Clack Creek Forest? We’d love to hear about it! Fall course scheduling is underway, and LFI invites facilitators and artists to pitch events.