“Alder but Wiser” From STOP the SPRAY B.C.

“Alder but Wiser” From STOP the SPRAY B.C. and our Sister Watershed in Peachland, British Columbia, here’s an excellent report about the importance of deciduous trees in our forests. Key point: Let’s not allow the biodiverse aspen, alder, birch, and cottonwood to get lost in the middle, with a landscape where only Old Growth conifer is protected and we sacrifice the rest to managed, monocrop conifer plantations. Report written by James Steidle. Read it here.

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