Protect BC's ancient Inland Temperate Rainforest

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Barbara Whyte
17 hours ago
The BC Government and forestry need to stop the extinction and raping of the old growth forest and all off BC watersheds Immediately.

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Elizabeth Bailey
Nov 21, 2021
We need to preserve and protect all our trees and forests

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Julia Navarro
Nov 11, 2021
We need to protect these ecosystems not only for the species that call them home but to combat climate change

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Marina NW
Nov 4, 2021
The natural world needs saving and protection from national/international corporations, whose only focus and objective is personal greed at all costs.
Globally ban clear cutting.

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Cherice Moore
Sep 23, 2021
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comet armagon
Sep 7, 2021
These take 100s of years to grow. They would cut them all down and you would never see something this big in your life time again.

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Paul Korber
Aug 25, 2021
Old growth forests are the life blood of out ecosystem. It is completely illogical that we just cut these forests down especially given our global climate change goals. Cutting down these forests goes in completely the wrong direction.

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Danielle Murray
Jul 27, 2021
STOP DESTROYING OUR EARTH! Hear me speak! I WANT MY BABIES AND GRANDBABIES TO HAVE SOMEONE SUSTAINABLE TO LIVE!

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Vanessa Jones
Jul 24, 2021
I am signing this petition to protect our forests and Mother Nature, so my children and there children and so on, have a beautiful and healthy planet.

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Ilona Skrypec
Jul 22, 2021
I’m signing to protect these beautiful historical wonders and all the biodiversity linked to it. We’ve lost too many of these massive trees to forest fires up and down the coast over the years that it’s unimaginable that we would intentionally destroy something that can never be replaced.