See our latest photo gallery highlighting shocking before and after images of giant ancient cedars felled in the Caycuse watershed in Ditidaht territory https://www.ancientforestalliance.org/photos/before-after-logging-photos-caycuse/
Logging of massive, ancient cedars in Caycuse watershed signals urgent need for provincial action and funding for old-growth
Shocking before-and-after photos reveal destruction of irreplaceable ancient redcedars in Vancouver Island’s Caycuse watershed and highlight urgent need for immediate protection of at-risk old-growth and funding to support First Nations’ protected areas and economies.
We’re hosting our annual year-end event and fundraiser on Thursday, December 3rd, from 7-8 pm – this time on Zoom! Join us to learn what we’ve been up to this past year and what’s next for BC’s old-growth forests. Plus, you could win some fun prizes!
The Ancient Forest Alliance 2021 CALENDAR is hot off the press!! From the popular tourist destination Avatar Grove and old-growth “hotspot” Fairy Creek to the majestic bald eagle and more, each month showcases a spectacular image of BC’s magnificent ancient forests and the species that call them home.
Earlier this month, the AFA’s own Andrea Inness was featured on Great.com’s podcast Great.com Talks With… where she discussed the plight of BC’s rare and endangered old-growth forests, what must be done to protect them, and how concerned folks around the world can help get involved.
Today is Election Day, giving British Columbians a critical opportunity to vote for old-growth forests and the communities and species that depend on them! If you’re heading to the polls today, here’s a quick guide to help you ensure your vote gets counted!
Watch our short video outlining where each of BC’s major parties stand on old-growth and don’t forget to VOTE on October 24th!