National Indigenous Peoples Day

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...
Before and After Billboard

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...
Nootka Island Old-Growth Logging – Part 2

Nootka Island Old-Growth Logging – Part 2

Nootka Island has been ravaged over the years by some of the worst clearcut logging on the coast of BC. Today, about 75% of Nootka’s ancient rainforests have been cut and the best of what’s left remains largely unprotected. Logging now encroaches on the renowned...
Nootka Island Old-Growth Logging – Part 1

Nootka Island Old-Growth Logging – Part 1

  Nootka Island, on the west coast of Vancouver Island, is a natural treasure. From its slopes to shorelines one can find towering redcedars and Sitka spruce trees, white sandy beaches with wolves and whales, and the stunning Nootka Trail, considered by many to...