Entries by TJ Watt

VIDEO: Before and After Old-Growth Logging – Caycuse Watershed 2022

This shocking before and after video exposes the ongoing impacts of old-growth logging on Vancouver Island, BC. Captured between 2020-2022 in the Caycuse watershed in Ditidaht territory by Ancient Forest Alliance Photographer & Campaigner, TJ Watt, the scenes feature centuries-old redcedar trees standing and then cut down with the approval of the BC government. 🚨 […]

New before & after images reveal shocking impacts of old-growth logging on Vancouver Island

For immediate release, Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2022: New before & after images reveal shocking impacts of old-growth logging on Vancouver Island Images highlight the critical need for conservation financing to help secure old-growth logging deferrals and eventual permanent protection. VICTORIA (Unceded Lekwungen Territories) – The Ancient Forest Alliance has just released a new series of […]

Job Posting: Campaigns Coordinator

Duration: Full-time, permanent staff position Location: Vancouver Island or Lower Mainland (home office). Willing/able to quite regularly travel to the office in Victoria and sites across the province. Compensation: $60,000-62,000 per annum Estimated application deadline: Posting will remain open until the right candidate is found. Early applications are encouraged. The Ancient Forest Alliance (AFA) is […]

Thank you to Robinson’s Outdoor Store & Patagonia!

We would like to extend a massive thank you to Robinson’s Outdoor Store and Patagonia for helping raise almost $10,000 for Ancient Forest Alliance last week! More than 100 people attended the Film Night and Fundraiser for AFA at Robinson’s, where over $2000 was raised, while Patagonia donated another $7500. It was great to connect […]

Media Release: Two Years into Old-Growth Strategic Review mandate, BC is failing to deliver change on the ground

For Immediate Release, September 8, 2022: Two years into Old-Growth Strategic Review mandate, BC is failing to deliver change on the ground Environmental organizations call for immediate action to make the promised paradigm shift a reality as at-risk forests continue to be destroyed VICTORIA / UNCEDED LEKWUNGEN TERRITORIES – Two years after the provincial government […]