Planning on ordering AFA gifts this holiday season? Check out our order deadlines.

Friendly reminder, if you’re planning on ordering AFA gifts this holiday season, please place your order by the following deadlines to increase your likelihood of receiving your gifts before Christmas Day (for orders in Canada only): For custom digital certificates: Place your orders until Dec. 20th. For printed & mailed certificates: Place your orders by […]

Great News! Diverse Old-Growth Forests Purchased by Conservation Groups for First Nations

We’re excited to share that the Nature-Based Solutions Foundation (NBSF), in collaboration with the Kanaka Bar Indian Band, the Ancient Forest Alliance (AFA), and the Endangered Ecosystems Alliance (EEA), recently purchased one of the most diverse old-growth forests in BC and will be giving it back to the Kanaka Bar with a conservation covenant. The […]

Robinson’s Outdoor Store Film Night & Fundraiser for AFA

Hey Victoria Friends! Join us at Robinson’s Outdoor Store (1307 Broad St, Victoria) on Thursday, September 8th at 6:30 pm for a Film Night and Fundraiser for AFA! Hosted by Robinson’s Outdoor Store and Patagonia, the evening will feature an original 4 episode docu-series from Robinson’s, three short films from Patagonia, a presentation from AFA’s […]

Kanaka Bar IPCA Proposal

In August 2022, members of the Ancient Forest Alliance had the opportunity to explore some important sites that are part of the proposed Indigenous Protected and Conserved Area (IPCA) put forward by the Kanaka Bar Band in the Kwoiek and Fraser Valleys near the town of Lytton, BC. The Ancient Forest Alliance (AFA), Endangered Ecosystems […]

Get to know 2021 Trebek Grantee, campaigner and photographer with Ancient Forest Alliance, TJ Watt

Check out this new interview from the Royal Canadian Geographical Society featuring AFA Photographer & Co-Founder, TJ Watt. Last year, TJ was awarded significant support and recognition as one of the first recipients of the Trebek Initiative grant, naming him a National Geographic Explorer and Royal Canadian Geographical Society Explorer. The grant is supporting TJ’s […]

Double your impact when supporting the AFA until September 7th!

  We’re grateful to announce an anonymous supporter has generously offered to match donations made to the AFA dollar-for-dollar up to $15,000 until September 7th. This means for the next two months, when you give a gift to the AFA, it will have DOUBLE the impact! Right now we’re at a critical point in the […]

National Indigenous Peoples Day

  Today we celebrate Indigenous People who’ve been stewards of this land since time immemorial. Across BC, indigenous communities are playing an increasingly central role in the protection and stewardship of natural areas, including the establishment of Indigenous Protected Areas, tribal parks, and conservancies. Below are some highlights of places to visit in BC where First […]

Before and After Billboard

We have a new billboard on display as you’re heading to the Swartz Bay ferry terminal that poses a critical question: Which future would you choose? If you want a future with ancient trees, biodiverse ecosystems, and a fighting chance against climate change, send a message to the BC NDP and John Horgan, asking them […]