A decision by the British Columbia Ministry of Forests to allow logging one of the last stretches of forest known to be home to British Columbia’s dwindling spotted owl population will be challenged.
Pacific Northwest & Alaska Ecology
Environmental groups filed suit in federal court over the lack of water deliveries to Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge. Those deliveries, according to the groups, are required by the federal Endangered Species Act.
The Central Coast region of British Columbia is home to over 4,400 people – mostly First Nations groups – and features coastal temperate rainforests and pristine watersheds, rugged shorelines and steep mountainous terrain.
The pace of the river produces a low-pitch and constant tension for those unfamiliar with the Jarbidge.