2017-10-26_22-03-15Save 'the Chanterelle Forest' (11-15-2017 - Under Extreme Threat)
‘The Chanterelle Forest’, in the already heavily logged Wilson Creek Watershed, is threatened with clear-cut logging by Sunshine Coast Community Forest (SCCF), Block EW028. SCCF is a logging company owned and operated by the Town of Sechelt. This low-elevation forest is currently surrounded by Falling Boundary Tape setting the stage for its destruction. Logging would wipe out another easily accessible mushroom harvesting site on the Sunshine Coast.  This natural forest system features Old-Growth Douglas-fir ‘vets’, elk and bear trails, wildlife trees, and ideal growing conditions for a variety of fungi and lichen, including Chanterelles, Pines and Coastal Reindeer lichen.  This forest supports mushroom pickers with a seasonal cash crop.  ‘The Chanterelle Forest’ lies within the traditional territory of the shishalh Nation, and portions of it within the proposed Mt. Elphinstone Prov. Park expansion area. 'Take Action' Today - Click Here

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Wilson Creek Watershed Letter to Decision-Makers

Wilson Creek Watershed Letter to Decision-Makers Letter to Decision-Makers regarding the Wilson Creek Watershed Logging Controversy, including: District of Sechelt, Community Forest Board, Sunshine Coast Forest District, and Sechelt Indian Band. In the Coast Reporter’s Nov. 3rd editorial, ‘Paths of Rational Resistance’ its author Mr. Gleeson was referring to news that the Sunshine Coast Community […]

Emergency Alert- Chanterelle Forest

Emergency Alert – Important Chance to Protect the Chanterelle Forest

The beautiful ‘Chanterelle Forest’ is faced with logging by the Sunshine Coast Community Forest (SCCF) – a logging operation owned by the Town of Sechelt. The area is surveyed for clearcut logging, and could be destroyed in a matter of months. There’s been no public process to gain social license on this block. What do you […]

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Elphinstone Elk Report 2017 Published

The SCCF Wilson Creek Watershed Elphinstone Elk Report 2017 has now been published.  This study authored by Wayne McCrory (RPBio) examines forests on the lower Sunshine Coast that contain low-high Roosevelt Elk habitat for sheltering from winter conditions. To view the report click the link below. 2017 – Research Reports The report points out that at […]

ELF has found an example of one gnarly tree shown here in an undisclosed location in the Elphinstone Forest. It will not be part of the submissions. ROSS MUIRHEAD PHOTO

New Tree Photo Contest – Find the Coast’s Gnarliest Tree

Coast’s Gnarliest Tree Photo Contest The Local Weekly and Elphinstone Logging Focus (ELF) have partnered for an exciting photo contest.   With our unique hiking trails, you or your family have a chance to win by submitting your photo of the with a unique forest ecosystem with parts of the original forest still available to access. […]

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Chanterelle Forest Needs Protection – double page insert

Chanterlle Forest ad April 2017 To view the double page information brochure in published in the Coast Reporter (April 2017) click on the link above and for full details visit the campaign page by clicking this link below: http://www.loggingfocus.org/campaigns/protect-the-chanterelle-forest/

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Health Trail Map v2 published – new trailhead added

We are pleased to publish the latest version of the Sunshine Coast Community Health Trail Map v2 with a new trail head added. To access click on the attached pdf map link below: Elphinstone_Trail_map_Oct15_fnl Directions: Trailhead #1: drive up B & K Rd (past powerlines) and keep driving in a north-east direction past the first turn-off […]

Help Protect the Last of the Old Growth and Natural Mt. Elphinstone Forests!

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