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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camas flowers bloom in a garry oak meadow in uplands park

Camas Lily

The camas lily, known for its glorious blue-purple flowers that can blanket whole meadows, is native to the Garry oak ecosystems of southeastern Vancouver Island.
A man in neon scales a record-sized Sitka spruce as the sun peaks out from behind the branches as they sprawl every which way.

Global News: Get a bird’s-eye view from one of Vancouver Island’s tallest trees

The Ancient Forest Alliance team scaled a massive 71-metre (223-foot) tall Sitka spruce in the Carmanah Valley on southwestern Vancouver Island.
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A white fawn lily, with its oblong petals and vibrant yellow pistil and stamen, hangs delicately.

Thank you to these businesses and artists for their support!

We’d like to take the opportunity to extend a massive thank you to the following businesses and artists for recently supporting the old-growth campaign.
Thank You

NOW HIRING: Vancouver Canvass Director

The Ancient Forest Alliance (AFA) is seeking a dedicated Canvass Director to drive our fundraising and awareness-raising efforts in the Greater Vancouver Region.

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Explore Our Photo Galleries

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.