MONEY DONATED GOES INTO A MONITORED FUND FOR PURCHASING THE PRESERVATION RIGHTS TO FAIRY CREEK AND BEYOND
That means that those who currently control the land use and have business plans based on the extraction of the resources are compensated for the loss of harvestable material.
Their part of the agreement is to preserve the intact old-growth in and around Fairy Creek.
The Pacheedaht Nation and their business's will be paid an agreed upon amount to compensate them for their loss of timber revenue, business disruption and other considerations.
Teal-Jones will be compensated for their loss of harvestable material.
Forestry workers will be compensated for loss of work.
The government gets compensated for their loss of revenue from harvesting the timber.
A prosperity fund is given to affected communities and administered by them to help transition to sustainable eco-friendly ventures.