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New Interactive map shows how little actual Old Growth Forest exists in British Columbia

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Location: Fraser River Headwaters, Zone3, Lat: 53N, Altitude 2750', Boreal/Temperate Rainforest-transition
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I received this from the local small environmental group that I'm a part of, The Fraser Headwaters Alliance, which is mentioned in This Article from The Narwhal, through Roy Howard, the founding father of the organization being interviewed.   Several local watersheds. including the one which is directly behind the mountains in my front yard view, are also mentioned.  Included in the article is the interactive map created by some folks in Prince George, the closest large center to my location.

A real eye-opening and little known look into the reality of what we have lost and what little there is to try to protect for the future.  Sad.  I do have some hope that we can get some policy in place to protect these last few remaining stands.  
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