Fairy Creek Headwaters

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Here are photos from the headwaters of Fairy Creek, the last unlogged old-growth valley on southern Vancouver Island (outside of parks), located northeast of Port Renfrew in Pacheedaht territory.

AFA campaigners identified and documented massive yellow cedar trees, which appear to be within a proposed cutblock. One of them measured 9.5 feet in diameter, making it wider than the ninth-widest yellow cedar in Canada, according to the BC Big Tree Registry.

Logging company Teal-Jones has been blasting roads in to reach this area, resulting in independent protesters setting up a blockade, and turning machines away.

See our media release for more details.

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