Call for Port Renfrew Foresters not to chop down ancient trees
B.C.’s independent forest watchdog has sided with an environmental studies professor who filed a complaint last summer about a logging company that razed several huge, ancient trees in an area zoned for logging near Port Renfrew.
The Province - Kate Webb, February 11, 2011
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Standing beside a massive 16ft diameter redcedar stump is Hans Tammemagi, an adjunct professor of environmental studies at the University of Victoria, who filed the original complaint to the Forest Practices Board.
Photo by TJ Watt
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