An immense redcedar measuring roughly 9 ft (3 m) wide recently felled in a BC Timber Sales cutblock in the Nahmint Valley.

Global News: BC advocates raising alarm due to recent clear-cut on Vancouver Island

See this Global News video coverage featuring Ancient Forest Alliance's recent documentation of old-growth logging in the Nahmint Valley.

A giant old-growth redcedar tree cut down in the Namhint Valley

Victoria Buzz: ‘Old-growth carnage’: Activists concerned over clear-cut forest near Port Alberni (PHOTOS)

BC old-growth activists have taken before and after photos of a large area of an ancient grove that was clear-cut on Vancouver Island near Port Alberni in the Nahmint Valley.

A giant old-growth redcedar tree cut down in the Namhint Valley

Massive Old-Growth Trees Cut in the Nahmint Valley via BC Timber Sales

Shocking photos and drone footage reveal carnage as old-growth trees upwards of 9 feet wide and over 500 years old are logged under the management of BC Timber Sales in the famed Nahmint Valley on Vancouver Island, BC.

A man in a red jacket lays on a monumental western redcedar among hundreds of other fallen old-growth trees in a clearcut on northern Vancouver Island.

Clearcutting of Grove of Forest Giants on Northern Vancouver Island – Photos and Videos Document the Destruction

Shocking photos and drone footage reveal the destruction of rare, big-tree old-growth forests on northern Vancouver Island in Quatsino Sound, highlighting the urgent need for dedicated funding to enable both temporary logging deferrals and permanent, Indigenous-led protected areas initiatives.

Before COP15, Conservation Groups call on BC Government to Commit to Funding and Targets to Expand Protected Areas in BC

BC has a chance to protect the most endangered ecosystems and promote community economic, social and cultural well-being linked to nature conservation - and also to finally end the War in the Woods over old-growth forests.

Show your love for ancient forests this Valentine’s Day

Looking for a sustainable gift idea this Valentine’s Day? Why not show your love for ancient forests AND those close to you by dedicating a donation to the AFA in honour of a loved one.

Goodbye to AFA’s Forest Campaigner, Andrea Inness.

The Ancient Forest Alliance team wishes to thank Andrea Inness, who will be departing in early February after devoting five years as a Forest Campaigner with the AFA, including three and a half years on the Executive Team.

BC makes big commitment to save old-growth trees from further logging

In British Columbia’s Nahmint Valley, an 11th-hour reprieve was issued this week for ancient forests that were slated for logging.

Province uses best available science to identify and partially defer logging of at-risk old-growth, critical funding measures still missing

  VICTORIA (Unceded Lekwungen Territories) – Conservationists with the Ancient Forest Alliance (AFA) commend a BC government announcement made today releasing independent scientific mapping of BC’s endangered old-growth forests, and in principle accepting recommendations to defer logging in 2.6 million hectares of at-risk old-growth forests. The province has also immediately deferred all future BC Timber […]

The Ancient Tree Hunter

There are no trails in the old-growth coastal temperate rainforests of Canada’s southern Vancouver Island. As I follow TJ Watt through another grabby thicket of stink currant, I offer silent thanks that I’m not the one lugging the camera equipment.