See our latest photo gallery revealing massive old-growth clearcuts by BC Timber Sales (BCTS), the government’s own logging agency, on the hillsides along the upper Mahatta River on northwestern Vancouver Island in the territory of the Quatsino First Nation.
Do you love nature? Do you enjoy engaging with people? If so, you’d make a great canvasser for the Ancient Forest Alliance, the main non-profit organization in BC dedicated solely to protecting endangered old-growth forests across the province.
British Columbia Premier John Horgan patted down his suit pockets, theatrically searching for a misplaced $50-million cheque. The performance was in response to a reporter’s question about Ottawa’s offer to help resolve the ongoing conflict over old-growth logging.
NGO report card: One year after B.C. promised action, logging continues in almost all at-risk old-growth forests
One year after the B.C. government shared its Old-Growth Strategic Review (OGSR) report and Premier John Horgan committed to implementing all of the panel’s recommendations, Ancient Forest Alliance, Sierra Club BC and Wilderness Committee have released a report card assessing the province’s progress on their promise to protect old-growth forests.
These recent images from the Klanawa Valley highlight the brutal impacts of clearcut logging on Vancouver Island.
A big shout out to the following groups supporting the AFA’s ancient forest campaign: For their August fundraiser, M!LA Plant Based in Vancouver is donating $1 from each sale of two menu features: the Stand By Me cocktail and Spring Pea Tart Anthex and collaborators organized a digital music fundraiser inspired by the majestic Avatar […]
On August 21st, 2021, the federal Liberal Party made an election commitment to establish a $50 million BC Old Growth Nature Fund and develop a nature agreement with the province of British Columbia to protect more of BC’s old-growth forests and expand protected areas.