Karst in the Walbran: From Magical Mineral Baths to Tolkien Giants

Karst researcher Charly Caproff returns to the Walbran Valley to explore the karst landscape. She finds ample evidence of karst in the region and concludes that B.C. must provide protection for this sensitive landscape.
Walbran Waterfall

Walbran Water Knows No Bounds

By Charly Caproff Have you heard about the emerald jewel of…

Road building on Walbran Karst: A Sinking Idea

‘Environmentally responsible’ Teal Jones has proposed to construct logging roads in the Walbran through a landscape characterized by sinkholes, disappearing streams and caves.

What Lies Beneath the Walbran

The Walbran Valley is one of the last remaining intact old growth red cedar forests on southern Vancouver Island. This ecologically diverse area contains impressive stands of coniferous trees that are thousands of years old.

Deception, Denial & Determination: The Alberni Valley Watershed Story

This story has villains and heroes, a plot filled with twists…

Karst: The Winter Chalet for B.C. Bats

As the winter chill sets in, bats all over BC are curling…

SFU to Become a Trailblazer in Canadian Environmental Education

Come Spring, Simon Fraser University (SFU) will be rolling…