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  • NEW Photo Gallery: Before & After Logging – Caycuse Watershed
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  • Photos: Caycuse Logging From Above

    Aerial images captured near the start of June 2021 highlight the brutal impact of old-growth logging in the Caycuse watershed in Ditidaht territory.

  • Photos: Bugaboo Ridge Ancient Forest

    See new photos of the at-risk ancient forests along the ridgeline of Bugaboo Creek near Port Renfrew in Pacheedaht territory

  • Ending Horgan’s War against Old Growth

    The Tyee – Old-growth conservation veteran and Order of Canada recipient Vicky Husband has written a scathing assessment of John Horgan’s failure to halt BC’s old-growth and biodiversity crisis

  • These are monumental steps’: B.C. government approves old-growth logging deferral on Vancouver Island

    CTV News Vancouver Island – The BC NDP has approved the Pacheedaht, Ditidaht and Huu-ay-aht First Nations’ request to defer logging in Fairy Creek and the Central Walbran Valley for two years.

  • Pacheedaht First Nation tells B.C. to defer old-growth logging in Fairy Creek

    The Narwhal – The Pacheedaht, Ditidaht, & Huu-ay-aht First Nations formally gave notice to the BC government to defer old-growth logging for two years in the Fairy Creek and the Central Walbran Valleys while they prepare resource stewardship plans for their territories.

  • Photos: Fairy Creek From Above

    The emerald-green ancient forests of the Fairy Creek Valley in Pacheedaht territory from above. Last week we took to the skies to document old-growth forests and logging across the west coast of Vancouver Island and, when you’re in the air, it’s clear just how incredibly rare a sight this is – a roadless valley free from clearcuts. But how long will it remain that way?

  • Professor finds more threatened owls and birds in Fairy Creek region, province sending biologists

    Chek News – Western Screech Owls, which are protected under Canada’s Species at Risk Act, have been spotted in the Caycuse and Fairy Creek Valleys, putting even more pressure on governments to intervene to stop old-growth logging in these areas.

  • Additional logging deferrals expected this summer, says forestry minister

    CBC British Columbia – Critics of the plan have expressed concern that deferrals were not being made soon enough — that old-growth is being logged right now, and said these actions need to be taken immediately.

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