Photo: Lucas Jmief
Eddie is an East Kootenay local yokel, a conservationist and a human and coffee powered adventurer. Eddie works to improve logging practices on the ground and at a provincial level, he works on old growth protection, caribou recovery, recreation and land-use planning.
Eddie has a passion for wild places, adventure, and telling stories about the people, critters, and landscapes of “home”, the Kootenay and Columbia region.
- One clearcut at a time
- World Wildlife Day
- Incomappleux protection marks a turning point for protection of rare Inland Temperate Rainforest
- Action alert: Protect ancient forests in caribou habitat
- It sounds like embers crackling in an open fire
- Photostory: In the Inland Temperate Rainforest with a lichenologist
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