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  • Klanawa River


    The Klanawa River Valley is located mainly in TFL 44. That licence is held by Western Forest Products, now in partnership with Huumis Ventures LP, which belongs to Huu-ay-aht First Nations. Western is responsible for most of the historic logging in the area.

     

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    Logging in the Klanawa River area. Photo by TJ Watt

     

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    Satellite image (click to enlarge) of the general area in which old-growth forest remains, although it is being heavily logged, west of Nitnat Lake.

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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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