Call on BC’s Minister of Forestry to stop the logging of ancient trees now

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Photocredit: TJ Watt, Ancient Forest Alliance

Less than two months after Premier Horgan promised to protect old growth forests from logging, he’s silently standing by as centuries-old trees are slashed down on Vancouver Island.1

If the BC government doesn’t take action on their promise to protect old growth forests now, there won’t be any stands of precious ancient trees left to save.

Newly sworn in Minister of Forestry Katrine Conroy has a mandate to fulfill — and it includes protecting irreplaceable old growth forests from logging. Let's welcome Minister Conroy by showing her that 92% of British Columbians demand old growth protection now, before it’s too late – and that we’re not afraid to pile on the pressure.2,3

It could spur her into action and give her reason to immediately stop all logging of old growth. Will you send Minister Conroy a message now?
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Honourable Katrine Conroy, Minister of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development

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