Lack of response from government led Nanaimo duo to give up fast after two weeks. The TyeeAugust 11, 2020 Two Nanaimo men have ended their hunger strike in protest of old growth logging but vow the fight to change government policy will continue. James Darling and Robert Fuller ended their strike at a weekend rally after two […]
Independent activists have launched a blockade to stop Teal Jones from road building and logging in the spectacular, intact Fairy Creek watershed in Pacheedaht territory near Port Renfrew.
The group are calling on the NDP government to release the Old Growth Strategic Review panel’s recommendations on how BC should best manage old-growth and to enact immediate moratoria for Vancouver Island’s remaining ancient forests.
While the NDP government deliberates on the future of BC’s endangered old-growth forests, logging of ancient trees continues at a shocking pace across the island. Teal-Jones is one of the worst offenders, with dozens of old-growth cutblocks spread out across the Walbran, Caycuse, and Gordon River Valleys. They’ve also begun road construction adjacent to the […]
Until Tues, July 21st, British Columbians can submit their input on the BC government’s COVID-19 economic recovery plan. This presents a critical opportunity to call for investments in environmental protection and the transition to a green economy, including sustainable, second-growth forestry, as the province works to “build back better”. Speak up today.
See our latest photo gallery exposing BC Timber Sales’ plans to auction off nearly 200 football fields worth of old-growth forest in the Taylor River Valley near Port Alberni.
Right now until 5:00 pm, Friday, June 26th, the BC government is seeking input from British Columbians on their priorities for the 2021 provincial budget. This is a critical opportunity for us to request funding for old-growth forest protection! Budget 2021 will set the tone for a post-COVID-19 BC. With $1.5 billion in stimulus spending, […]
Most of British Columbia’s old-growth forests of big trees live only on maps, and what’s left on the ground is fast disappearing, a team of independent scientists has found.
Vancouver SunJune 9, 2020 An independent report by a trio of scientists warns that the tiny amount of old-growth forest remaining in B.C. is in peril if the province doesn’t implement sweeping policies to protect it. The report, released last month by Karen Price, Rachel Holt and Dave Daust, was done to aide the province’s Old […]
CBC News British ColumbiaJune 4th, 2020 Self-published report concludes most old growth areas counted by province are small alpine or boggy forests A team of independent researchers claim in a new report that the province’s accounting of old growth trees is vastly larger than the actual number of trees most people would consider old growth, namely coniferous giants. The three […]