Please SEND A MESSAGE to Protect Echo Lake Ancient Forest! www.ProtectEchoLake.com
Ancient Forest Alliance, July 29, 2016
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Photo by: TJ Watt
Large redcedars at risk for potential logging by Echo Lake east of Mission, with local landowner Stephen Ben-Oliel and Ancient Forest Alliance executive director Ken Wu.
Hi friends, please take 1 MINUTE to send a new message to the BC government to protect the imminently endangered old-growth redcedars at Echo Lake – some of which are 12 feet wide! Echo Lake is an extremely rare, lowland old-growth forest about 2 hours east of Vancouver between Mission and Agassiz, in Sts’ailes First Nation territory. The area is home to numerous species at risk, is part of the drinking watershed for local people, and is also the world’s largest night-roosting site for bald eagles, with 700+ eagles seen roosting in the old-growth trees around the lake on some evenings during the fall salmon run. The construction of a new logging road is imminent, while initial surveying of the giant cedars for logging has already begun. See the recent media release at http://ancientforestalliance.org/news-item.php?ID=1023 and SEND A MESSAGE to protect this unique area at www.ProtectEchoLake.com
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