Canada: New Blockade to Stop Old-Growth Logging in Fairy Creek Watershed!

BREAKING: Aug 10, 2020, unceded Pacheedaht territory

An informal, grassroots collective of people from across so-called Vancouver Island have established a blockade, preventing Teal Jones Group from blasting roads into the unlogged Fairy Creek watershed.

Fairy Creek is the last intact tributary of the San Juan River system, and one of the few pockets of ancient forest remaining in the region. The forest defenders will escalate their tactics to stop logging of cut blocks adjacent to Fairy Creek if Teal Jones and the British Columbia New Democratic Party refuse to abandon this atrocious incursion, and immediately end old growth logging on Vancouver Island.
We are on the brink of total eradication of the ancient coastal temperate rainforest, reduced to less than 3% of its original extent by logging.
More information and detailed driving directions will follow.
Posted in Announcements, Blockades, Direct Action, Forest Defense, International Eco-Defense, Land Defense, North America.

2 Comments

  1. Pingback: Vancouver Island, BC: 2nd Fairy Creek Blockade Etablerad - Uppror

  2. Cant believe logging this is even possible. People really need to stop wanting new everything and not eco friendly building and developing. How about the logging company using their energy to create a new eco source of building supplies that does not destroy the ancient forrests that are home to thousands of creatures.

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