This is Your Forest!
A coalition of individuals and community groups are organizing to protect and nurture this naturally regenerated forest for its ecological, recreational, educational and historical value. We are asking the Minister to remove this parcel of land from BCTS's Timber Supply Area (conditional withdraw of the land for conservation purposes - Land Act s. 17.)
This 120 acre (48 hectare) property, located on the slopes of Mount Elphinstone, is a coastal hemlock forest that regenerated naturally after a fire in 1904.Read more
Mount Elphinstone is in the traditional territory of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) First Nation.Read more