On June 6, concerned local residents demonstrated outside seventeen MLA offices and demanded immediate action to protect BC forests.
Please join Sierra Club BC in honouring our past and celebrating the future of the longest running environmental charity in BC.
Just as we cheered a temporary win in old-growth slated for the chopping block near the Juan de Fuca Trail, field assessments on the north island revealed fresh and shocking new destruction.
Please join Sierra Club BC, the Wilderness Committee and local Comox Valley activists for an evening of presentations on the climate crisis, the state of old-growth and second-growth forests on Vancouver Island and how these two relate to each other, followed by group discussions about how we can build a just and sustainable future in the Valley and across the Island!
We’ve discovered that another swath of rare old-growth rainforest is slated for imminent destruction on Vancouver Island, and this time the BC government’s own logging agency is to blame.
Amanda Lewis is a big-tree tracker. Since June 2018, she has been looking for the largest trees in BC—the Champion Trees—and recording these visits on her blog.