Our Mission

The Ancient Forest Alliance works to protect BC’s endangered old-growth forests and to ensure a sustainable, value-added, second-growth forest industry.

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An immense redcedar measuring roughly 9 ft (3 m) wide recently felled in a BC Timber Sales cutblock in the Nahmint Valley.

Global News: BC advocates raising alarm due to recent clear-cut on Vancouver Island

See this Global News video coverage featuring Ancient Forest Alliance's recent documentation of old-growth logging in the Nahmint Valley.
News Coverage
A giant old-growth redcedar tree cut down in the Namhint Valley

Victoria Buzz: ‘Old-growth carnage’: Activists concerned over clear-cut forest near Port Alberni (PHOTOS)

BC old-growth activists have taken before and after photos of a large area of an ancient grove that was clear-cut on Vancouver Island near Port Alberni in the Nahmint Valley.
News Coverage
An old-growth Sitka spruce sits atop a bed of ferns while the morning sun peers through the forest canopy.

To our recent business supporters: Thank you!

We would like to extend a huge thank you to the following businesses for kindly supporting the old-growth campaign.
Thank You
A giant old-growth redcedar tree cut down in the Namhint Valley

Massive Old-Growth Trees Cut in the Nahmint Valley via BC Timber Sales

Shocking photos and drone footage reveal carnage as old-growth trees upwards of 9 feet wide and over 500 years old are logged under the management of BC Timber Sales in the famed Nahmint Valley on Vancouver Island, BC.
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The photos you see on this website were captured by AFA Photographer, Campaigner, and Co-Founder, TJ Watt. TJ has been photographing both the beauty and destruction of BC’s old-growth forests for over a decade now and his images play a vital role in making these remote areas visually accessible for people across the globe.