Palace du Moose au Chocolate is an environmental wildlife sanctuary occupying over 10 acres of wilderness on a wildlife corridor in Wells Gray Park, BC. The purpose of Palace Du Moose Au Chocolate is to be God’s self sufficient caretakers and environmentalists on a ten acre parcel of wilderness land and set the example for other families who dream of doing the same so as to preserve something for their children and their children’s children. Palace Du Moose Au Chocolate strives to set the example of how people can peacefully co-exist with all the other members of the wildlife community. With emphasis on recycling, re-using, reduction in technology use, and living in co-existence with God’s creatures (as opposed to the encroachment philosophy), Palace Du Moose Au Chocolate teaches families how better to conserve and extend our own life on planet earth without compromising the delicate balance that allows us to survive on Mother Earth. We believe in Koyaanisqatsi. This is the Hopi Indian word for “lives out of balance”. The Hopi Indians believe our lives should be in balance with Nature, not out of balance.
On our ten acre undeveloped property, we have a system of trails on which we conduct eco tours of educational benefit to families and others interested in our way of doing things and working with the environment. We are also in the process of providing a B&B and some small tent style campsites for guests, researchers and others to spend time here observing and learning about this eco system. We are looking to grow into an environmental educational centre. We need money to support all these aspects of our environmental dream. We need your support. Send money and learn from us. Donations over $150.00 will receive a free weekend (2 days/ 2 nights) stay at our B & B.
We minister over a non-denominational environment first church. God placed us here as caretakers of the planet, not pillagers and rapists of our natural resources. We have unalienable rights to clean earth, air, and water before any other rights can be determined. Without the former 3 rights, we will cease to exist on the planet earth, so debating any other rights becomes a moot point.