Coastal Douglas-fir Ecosystem



What was this engagement about?

The Coastal Douglas-fir ecosystem is ranked both globally and provincially as high-priority for preservation, and is home to 29 endangered plant communities. Eighty per cent of the global range of Coastal Douglas-fir ecosystem occurs in the southern Strait of Georgia area. Of the 256,800 hectares in British Columbia, only nine per cent, or 23,500 hectares, is provincially owned.
 
The proposed new areas for protection are located along the southeast coast of Vancouver Island and the southern Gulf Islands. The land parcels total 1,125 hectares, and supplement the 2,024 hectares already protected.
 
A copy of the proposed land use order and maps are available here.
 

How can my contribution make a difference?

Public comment was invited until Jan. 15, 2018, on a proposal to increase the amount of Coastal Douglas-fir ecosystem protected on southeastern Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands.
 
All input & comments were received by email.
 

Details of the Program:

Date: November 7, 2017 – January 15, 2018

Status: Closed

Location: Province-wide

Category: Land & Animals

Types: E-mail
 
 

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