Photo Gallery: Walbran Headwaters at Risk

Published: January 29, 2021
Posted in: Photo Gallery
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‘Before’ images have been recently captured in an active Western Forest Products cutblock in the far upper reaches of the Walbran Valley in Pacheedaht territory. Scores of giant cedars are banded in preparation for falling – and some have already been cut down. These images underscore the urgent need for the BC NDP government to ACT NOW and fulfill its promise to protect old-growth. 

See the full photo gallery here: www.ancientforestalliance.org/photos/walbran-headwaters-at-risk/

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*Note: the logging here is not taking place in the core part of the Central Walbran Valley where most people camp and which is the most intact, unprotected part of the valley. This cutblock is in a far upper reach of the watershed in a heavily fragmented area. But this whole watershed and all remaining tracts of old-growth on Vancouver Island must be protected at this late stage in the battle for ancient forests.

A beautiful and ancient western redcedar measuring 10ft or 3m wide banded for logging.
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