Save Bevan Trail Network

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sally gellard
5 days ago
this is a valuable and important part of the Courtenay - Puntledge Watershed
and worth preserving. It's worth more with standing trees.

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Chris Bowman
Jan 20, 2021
This area is too close to town, well used, loved, unique and already developed for recreation to be exploited for short term gain.

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Sam Acton
Jan 20, 2021
This area is much too environmentally important to the future of our province than to be destroyed by logging.

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Jessie Lennox
Jan 20, 2021
This is such an important part of our community, it is a beautiful spot, holds significant traditional meaning and sacredness and it is essential that we keep these green spaces living, and thriving, so that we too can live and thrive. In a time of climate crisis every tree helps. please please do not log this pristine place.

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Blair Duthie
Jan 13, 2021
keeping nature in our hearts

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Isabelle St-Onge
Jan 10, 2021
The Bevan trails are along side the Punthledge river. The main water artery from K'Omoks lake back into the Georgia Straight. Pacific Ocean yes. The puntledge river deserverse a healty strong eco-system serounding it in order to promote the proper habitat for birds, fishes, importantly a salmon spawnin rive. The Beaven trails and all along the puntledge river is home to the Bald eagles, gerry oak trees, arbutus, woody wood peckers and many other protected endengered speicies. Logging the area anymire than it has already been would only go against the grain of having good pure clean water and access to our water streama and rivers. The beavan trails are part of the K'Omock's nation unseeded land. It must remain healty. It is an amazing fragile eco system that has just started recovering it's symbiosis since the last time it was logged. That is to be the last time. Yes please and thank you.

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James Watts
Jan 8, 2021
Wilderness matters, wherever in the world it is.

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Barry Joyce
Jan 7, 2021
I believe our wilderness/environment needs to be protected

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Colin Maxwell
Dec 25, 2020
Save the forests for the people and all the animal inhabitants!

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Jay Van Oostdam
Dec 25, 2020
A beautiful, likeable area so close to the town and our River. No one should be logging right next to our water supply.