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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Thank You to Our Wholesalers!

As a business, there are a number of ways to support Ancient Forest Alliance (AFA), one of which is selling AFA merchandise! Thank you to these local businesses who sell everything from AFA cards and stickers, to totes and shirts!
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Conservation Groups Urge BC Government to Hurry Up and Close Gaps in Old-Growth Protection

On the three-year anniversary of the BC government’s acceptance of the Old-Growth Strategic Review Panel’s 14 recommendations to ensure a “paradigm shift” in the conservation and management of old-growth forests in the province, AFA and EEA are urging the BC government to hurry up and close the gaps in old-growth protection.
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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.

Building a Broad-Based Movement: Thank You to These Non-Traditional Allies!

Building a broad-based movement to protect old-growth forests by engaging non-traditional allies, such as businesses, unions, outdoor recreation groups, chambers of commerce, tourism associations, faith groups, and more, is the hallmark of our work at Ancient Forest Alliance. Of these diverse non-traditional allies, there are a number who’ve recently shown their support with generous gifts to AFA, and we’d like to take this opportunity to thank them!
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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.