Video: Logging banned in the Donut Hole

Tuesday, January 07, 2020

The BC government has banned logging in the Donut Hole between Manning and Skagit provincial parks. Lets thank them and then encourage them to work to get Imperial Metals' mining tenure out of the Donut Hole so the area can be protected in co-operation with First Nations.

Click here to write your letter today!

 

 


 

More from this campaign
Paul Berntsen stands at the foundation of his yurt, from which he hoped to operate a non-motorized eco-tourism company before his permits were denied. The Silverdaisy peak in Manning Park and a recent clear cut are obscured by smoke from ongoing burning of waste wood. Photo: Fernando Lessa / The Narwhal
Paul Berntsen stands at the foundation of his yurt, from which he hoped to operate a non-motorized eco-tourism company before his permits were denied. The Silverdaisy peak in Manning Park and a recent clear cut are obscured by smoke from ongoing burning of waste wood. Photo: Fernando Lessa / The Narwhal
ADRIAN FLOREZ / KNKX
ADRIAN FLOREZ / KNKX
This entire valley, about 26 miles southeast of Hope, British Columbia, drains into the headwaters of the Skagit River, the most important salmon producer in Puget Sound.
This entire valley, about 26 miles southeast of Hope, British Columbia, drains into the headwaters of the Skagit River, the most important salmon producer in Puget Sound.