Giving the illusion of a rock wall, a massive western red cedar tree in Ahousaht territory near Tofino in Clayoquot Sound has been named one of Canada’s most impressive trees by conservationists on Vancouver Island.
Nearly two decades into his hunt for B.C.’s biggest trees, it takes a lot to blow away Ancient Forest Alliance campaigner and National Geographic explorer TJ Watt. A tree on Flores Island has done just that.
TJ Watt says Western red cedar near Tofino is a 46-metre-tall leviathan of a biodiverse ecosystem.
Check out this video on CTV News covering what we believe to be the most impressive tree in Canada.
An enormous old-growth cedar tree has been identified in Vancouver Island’s Clayoquot Sound, possibly dating back over a millennium.
Great news — the logging deferral in the Central Walbran valley was extended last year until March 2024 and the deferral at Fairy Creek has now been extended as well until February 2025.
How a niche British Columbia-based community is working to bring attention to the importance of old-growth forests.
AFA is urging the province to make changes to its forest mapping process after documenting a recent clear cut on northern Vancouver Island.
Shocking photos of chopped-down tree in western Canada highlights flaws in plan to protect forest from loggers, activists say.
The Ancient Forest Alliance is renewing its call on the BC government to commit hundreds of millions of dollars to protect old-growth forests.