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  • H'Kusam


    This forest just north of Sayward was one of the nine areas for which a 2-year logging deferral was ordered in September 2020 by the Horgan government. The deferral announcement described the area like this: "H'Kusam: 1050 ha. Pronounced kew-sum, this easily accessible area contains outstanding examples of culturally modified trees and intact stands of old growth cedar." 

     

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    The Province's mapping of the H'Kusam deferral area (centre)

     

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    A recent satellite image of the area

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  • Legal Old Growth Management Areas on Vancouver Island

    This map will take a few moments to load. It allows you to determine whether an area of old growth is currently included in a legal OGMA established by the ministry of forests. Legal OGMAs are not "protected" in the sense that parks or ecological reserves are protected.

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