Seasons Greetings! The AFA office will be closed Dec. 24-Jan. 3 as our staff spend time at home with their families. During this downtime, we will be checking emails and phone messages periodically and will reply to queries at our first opportunity when we return ready and refreshed in the new year. Thank you for […]
Cowichan Valley CitizenDecember 14, 2020 Points to clear cutting along Haddon Creek as shocking Conservationists with the Ancient Forest Alliance are urging the province to immediately halt logging in B.C.’s most at-risk old-growth forests. The alliance also wants the Horgan NDP government to commit funding for old-growth protection following the destruction of some of Vancouver […]
The NarwhalDecember 10th, 2020 Between April and November, a grove of ancient trees was felled in the Caycuse watershed on Ditidaht Territory, pointing to the breakneck pace of clearcut logging across the province Photographer TJ Watt has seen more than his fair share of clearcuts through his work for the Ancient Forest Alliance. Still, the […]
AFA’s TJ Watt was interviewed by The Guardian about the logging of ancient cedars in the Caycuse Valley & the ongoing destruction of BC’s endangered old-growth in the face of a global environmental emergency. Read more…
Conservationists demand fast action from B.C.’s new forestry minister on protection for old-growth trees
CBC News British ColumbiaNovember 29, 2020 Katrine Conroy, MLA for Kootenay-West, was appointed this week as B.C.’s forestry minister Stark photos released this week by a conservation group pushing hard for the province to protect what remains of B.C.’s largest and oldest trees is just one point of pressure the province’s new forestry minister is […]
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!