Laying Waste - Wild Times

Tuesday, October 08, 2019
Logging waste pile in the Donut Hole - one of many
Logging waste pile in the Donut Hole - one of many

October/November 2019
 
Read Joe Foy's Wild Times column in the Watershed Sentinel, as he cycles up to the Donut Hole between Manning and Skagit provincial parks to document a forest laid waste by a BC government that seems asleep at the switch.


To read the column click here

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Photo: Sol Allison Former Xatsull (Soda Creek) Chief Bev Sellars speaking last week at the event in Manning Park
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