The misty estuary of the Kitlope. The traditional homeland of the Haisla First Nation, they refer to this area as “Huchsduwachsdu”, which means (if I recall correctly) milky water. This area is also protected as a Provincial Park, and is managed jointly between the governement of BC and the Haisla. It is the largest intact coastal temperate rainforest watershed on earth.
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:: UPDATE Historic Accord Protects B.C. Forests
First Nations are gaining more control over their traditional lands while considerations of sustainability are becoming central to forestry planning.
:: SIGN OF LIFE Rainforest Logging Shutdown in BC
The British Columbia logging company MacMillan Bloedel announced January 8, 1997, that it is shutting down its logging operations in the Clayoquot Sound rainforest, BC.