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Ancient Forests in British Columbia Ancient Forests in British Columbia

Environmental groups in B.C. are calling attention to the last remaining old growth forests in the west. Avatar Grove, near Port Renfrew, B.C., is one forest that has escaped logging. Conservation biologists say such forests would take hundreds of years to grow back, and tree-planting alone cannot resuscitate such ancient forests.

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Articles tagged with Forests (23)


Big forest

Species richness in Canada’s remaining intact forests

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, December 2013
Department: On the Map
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Article ID#: 3637
War for the woods

Environmentalists on one side, the forestry industry on the other. How did two groups with different aims call a truce and sign the historic Boreal Forest Agreement?

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, January/February 2011
Department: Feature stories
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Article ID#: 182

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Conserving the Darkwoods in British Columbia

The biggest conservation land deal in Canadian history reveals a story of German royalty, rugged wilderness, pioneering forestry and a shroud of privacy

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, January/February 2011
Department: Feature stories
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Article ID#: 183
Canadian trees repopulate Englandís lost forests

Crews of Canucks planting Sitka spruce and Douglas fir are turning British forestry on its head

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, January/February 2011
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 186
Bringing back the fish

When the Arctic grayling disappeared from the Beaverlodge River, it was a sign to rehabilitate its waters

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, January/February 2011
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 190
How Avatar got it right

“Mother trees” use fungal systems to feed the forest

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, January/February 2011
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 191
King of the Cottonwoods

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, July/August 2010
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 71
Fire watchers

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, July/August 2010
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 74
50 Million Trees

Ontario has an ambitious plan to reforest the most populated part of Canada. But first it must grapple with landowners and fragmented landscapes

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, June 2010
Department: Feature stories
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Article ID#: 81
Cape Breton's lichen lifeline

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, June 2010
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 87
Watch your ash

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, June 2010
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 89
A garden in the wilderness

Canadian Geographic Travel Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic Travel, September 2009
Department: Gateway
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Article ID#: 1297
Last stands
Last stands

As the world population increases, frontier forests are succumbing to the relentless march of human activity

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, June 2008
Department: À La Carte
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Article ID#: 402
Keepers of the forest

Meet the dedicated cedar warriors working to save the last remaining old-growth giants on Haida Gwaii

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, March/April 2007
Department: Feature stories
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Article ID#: 587
Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands) - A story of cultural preservation

After years of residential schooling and cultural suppression, First Nations across the country are taking remarkable steps to rebuild their cultural heritage. Canadian Geographic explores Haida Gwaii and takes a look at Haida efforts to protect monumental cedar and save their native language.

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, March/April 2007
Department: Online exclusive
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Article ID#: 588
Pine plague

The mountain pine beetle rampage has crossed the Rockies and is now threatening to devastate Canada’s entire boreal forest

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, January/February 2007
Department: Feature stories
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Article ID#: 612
Innovation, stagnation, imagination

Food, waste, nature and industry: where we’ve advanced, where we’ve stalled and where we could be heading

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, May/June 2005
Department: Feature stories

Article ID#: 879
Panic in the woods

Lose your way? Calm down. Getting lost in Nova Scotia is getting safer all the time

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, July/August 2002
Department: Feature stories
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Article ID#: 1652
Forest sanctuary

Canadian Geographic Magazine
Source: Canadian Geographic, July/August 2001
Department: Discovery
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Article ID#: 1819













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