Jul 10, 2015

Petition · PROTECT THE RARE SONORA ISLAND GIANTS OF THE SOUTHERN GREAT BEAR RAINFOREST · Change.org

HELP PROTECT THE RARE SONORA ISLAND GIANTS The B.C. government is considering protecting some of the last grand old-growth Douglas Fir in the Great Bear Rainforest. The local community on Sonora Island has recommended an area called the Sonora Island Giants Protected Area that best preserves the largest area of rare original forest in the southern Great Bear Rainforest. TimberWest has made...

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