Video: Still time to stop logging in Manning Park Donut Hole

Thursday, August 23, 2018

Co-Executive Director Joe Foy travels to the Manning Park Donut Hole to discover that logging road construction is at a stand-still. Climbing to Silverdaisy Peak he finds that a proposed cut block would alter the viewshed from the peak forever. There's still time to stop logging, we must tell the BC minister of environment and the minister of forests to stop.


 

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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.
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Plans for renewed logging and mining near E.C. Manning and Skagit Valley provincial parks are raising fears of environmental damage on both sides of the Canada-U.S. border
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A small lake below Silverdaisy Peak in the "doughnut hole".
A small lake below Silverdaisy Peak in the "doughnut hole".