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The heavenly, 35 kilometre long Nootka Trail – the finest coastal hike in Canada that traverses ancient rainforests, beaches, cliffs, and spectacular rocky intertidal coastlines – is under direct logging assault by Western Forest Products, in Nuchatlaht and Mowachaht/Muchalaht Nuu-Chah-Nulth territory. Many groups of people come to hike this wondrous trail, but the ecological integrity of the region and its scenery are at risk due to the recent logging that is removing the biggest and best trees in close proximity to the trail and in the surrounding mountains. The BC government has the opportunity to not squander one of the best recreational and tourism opportunities in BC by developing a long-term, sustainable economy that protects western Nootka Island. Please help us save this priceless ecological jewel!

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