Video: Manning Park Donut Hole

Friday, October 19, 2018

Joe Foy journeys to the Manning Park Donut Hole and takes a look at how logging and road building has progressed. 

"My mom says it all the time when she wants to make the point that something is rare, scarce or non-existent, 'As rare as hen’s teeth.'" said Joe.

"That pretty much describes the number of intact valleys left in the Lower Mainland."

We still have enough wild nature left to put our Humpty Dumpty landscape back together again. But we need to protect our remaining intact valleys.

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The small lake is the source of the Silverdaisy Creek in the upper Skagit River “donut hole” in British Columbia, where Imperial Metals... (Joe Foy / Wilderness Committee)
The small lake is the source of the Silverdaisy Creek in the upper Skagit River “donut hole” in British Columbia, where Imperial Metals... (Joe Foy / Wilderness Committee)
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