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Twelve herds of mountain caribou remain (shown on the map in pink). They live in the Inland Temperate Rainforest, unique in all the world.

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Latest news related to Mountain Caribou

A win for caribou, but more to do

Public pressure pushed BC to defer the sale of most of the logging blocks in Argonaut Creek, 100 kilometres northeast of Revelstoke in the Northern Selkirk mountains. But we're not done yet. There’s still logging planned for three remaining cutblocks, or about 63 hectares of old growth forest.

Public pressure pushes government to halt caribou habitat logging

After significant public pressure, the B.C. government and its logging agency BC Timber Sales (BCTS) have committed…

Watch now: Inland Temperate Rainforest Webinar

If you missed our webinar on the Inland Temperate Rainforest, or want to share with those who missed…

Action Alert: Defend our old growth forests

Just before the election, John Horgan committed to implementing all 14 recommendations from the provincial old growth report. Please remind the newly formed provincial government that they must keep their promise and get to work immediately to protect old growth across the province.

Saving BC’s Forgotten Rainforest

It started as an expedition to track down the elusive mountain caribou.David Moskowitz - renowned photographer, writer and…

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