Roberts Creek Headwaters Ancient Forest is being considered as a new Provincial Ecological Reserve due to the significant high number of Pacific Yews growing under the Yellow-cedar canopy. Victoria-based NGO, Friends of Ecological Reserves, visited the area with ELF in early July. Further to this, BC Timber Sales has agreed to delay the selling of […]
New Archaeological Sites Created to Protect Culturally Modified Trees in the Roberts Creek Headwaters Ancient Forest
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 26, 2012 Roberts Creek, BC Canada New Archaeological Sites Created to Protect Culturally Modified Trees in the Roberts Creek Headwaters Ancient Forest Elphinstone Logging Focus (ELF) is pleased to advise the community that seven (7) new Archaeological Sites have been created to protect seventeen (17) definite Culturally Modified Trees (CMTs). These […]
Nicholas Simons, MLA, Powell River/ Sunshine Coast visits the Roberts Creek Headwaters Ancient Forest
Date: August 7, 2012, Nicholas Simons, MLA, Powell River/ Sunshine Coast visits the RC Headwaters Ancient Forest and the Wilson Creek Forest (see separate Campaign) and expresses his concerns for protecting both of these forest for their multiple long-term values for the community. See Pictures below (click to enlarge).
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