Save the Mountain Caribou in Clearwater Valley
Please sign this online petition to the BC government to establish an immediate moratorium on logging near southern Wells Gray Park in federally designated critical habitat for the survival and recovery of Mountain Caribou. Our goal is to reach 500,00 signatures, so please share this link with your friends, and on Facebook and Twitter:
Save the uniquely Canadian Southern Mountain Caribou.

For other ways to speak out to help Mountain Caribou please see Death by a Thousand Clearcuts.

Express Your Concerns about Industrial Logging in the Clearwater Valley
Send a letter to any or all of the politicians and election candidates in the list below. You can find talking points for your letter under Concerns in the menu at the top of this page. Be sure to ask for a moratorium on industrial logging in the Clearwater Valley in the vicinity of southern Wells Gray Park.

Addresses of people to contact:
Premier, Hon. John Horgan
premier@gov.bc.ca

Hon. Catherine McKenna,
Federal Minister of Environment & Climate Change
ec.ministre-minister.ec@canada.ca

Hon. George Heyman, Minister of Environment
ENV.minister@gov.bc.ca

Hon. Doug Donaldson,
Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural Resources
FLNR.Minister@gov.bc.ca

Andrew Weaver, leader of Green Party

andrew.weaver.mla@leg.bc.ca

Hon. Tony Milobar,
Opposition Spokesperson for the Environment
tony.milobar.mla@leg.bc.ca

Dan Hines
Green Party Spokesperson for Forestry
dan.hines@greenparty.bc.ca

Hon. Tony Milobar
MLA for Kamloops – North Thompson
tony.milobar.mla@leg.bc.ca

Hon. Todd Stone
MLA for Kamloops –  South Thompson
todd.stone.mla@leg.bc.ca

Resources
• For information on caribou habitat and the Guiding Principles for the Management of Land and Resources in the upper Clearwater Valley please see Death by a Thousand Clearcuts.

• For information on World Heritage Status please see
Wells Gray World Heritage.

• For a map of Canfor’s proposed logging areas, click here.

• For a map of caribou habitat area and proposed cutblocks, click here.

 

How you can take action