Woodlot Harvesting and Red-listed Plant Communities in the Coastal Douglas-fir Ecosystems of Vancouver Island

The Carmanah Forestry Society filed a complaint about approval of timber harvesting on several woodlots in the coastal Douglas-fir ecosystem of Vancouver Island, within the South Island Forest District. The complainant is concerned that timber harvesting on woodlots is occurring without identification and ecological assessment of endangered plant communities, putting those communities at risk.

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