“a land of many voices”
On the mainland coast of British Colombia, the Great Bear Rainforest stretches for more than 250 miles. Born of a complex interaction between ocean, mountains, forest and rain, this is a land of mist-shrouded valleys and glacier-cut fjords, old-growth forests and rich salmon streams. At 21 million acres, it is part of the largest remaining coastal temperate rainforest on Earth. From the deep growls of foraging grizzlies to the ancient songs of First Nations to the cry of wind though the branches of 1,000-year-old cedars, the Great Bear Rainforest is a land of many voices. And now, in a place once torn by conflict, people have come together to raise new voices of hope. Your support is vital to restoring this special place. At the invitation of a broad group of partners, The Nature Conservancy led and completed a successful fundraising campaign in support of historic land use agreements in the Great Bear Rainforest. As a result of these agreements, 5 million acres of the rainforest are now off limits to logging and more than 19 million acres are under strict land management guidelines called ecosystem based management.
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