A $50 million a year business seeks increased logging restrictions in the Outer Discovery Islands.Continue reading Tourism Sector seeks increased logging restrictions in the Outer Discovery Islands
The BC Government is currently reviewing the scenic impact of logging in the Outer Discovery Islands. They are determining the level of viewshed protection for scenic corridors important to the $50 million-a-year marine tourism industry, local residents, and recreational users. All of the crown lands on Cortes, Read, Maurelle, Raza, Stuart, and the Redonda Islands are being given new Visual Quality Objective designations.Continue reading Reviewing the scenic impact of logging in the Outer Discovery Islands
The emerald shores and unspoiled bays of the Octopus Islands Marine Park are a longtime haven and popular destination for boaters and kayakers exploring the beauty of B.C.’s Inside Passage.Continue reading Octopus Islands Marine Park is 20 hectares larger
“If we can go out and clean up – helping another set of communities like the Heiltsuk, Kitasoo/Xai’Xais and Gitga’at – we can certainly start cleaning up our community. That’s what I’d really like to see coming out of this,” said Jonas Fineman.
He was one of nine eco-tour captains who had just returned from a beach clean up along BC’s central coast.Continue reading Small ship operator’s beach clean-up