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Clayoquot Logging Report 2009

Click to download our 37-page, comprehensive Overview of Logging in Clayoquot Sound 2000-2009, with an update to April 2010 (PDF, 1.2 MB).

Associated maps

Some of the 10 maps below are large files (PDF or JPEG). To avoid hanging up your browser, best to right-click and download using Save Link As….

Clayoquot Sound Forest Cover 2004 — by Wilderness Committee, based on BC Ministry of Forests data as of November 2004 (JPEG, 19 MB)

Clayoquot Sound Land Tenures — by BC Timber Sales, Ministry of Forests, November 2009 (PDF, 11 MB)
Note: TSA (brown, not outlined) = Arrowsmith Timber Supply Area. TL eliminations = former Timber Licences, now part of TFL or Arrowsmith TSA

Vancouver Island Forest Cover 1860 — by Sierra Club of BC (JPEG, 2.9 MB)

Vancouver Island Forest Cover 2004 — by Sierra Club of BC, with additions by Western Canada Wilderness Committee (JPEG, 3.7 MB)

Pristine (Intact) Watersheds in Clayoquot Sound — by Western Canada Wilderness Committee, 1998 (JPEG, 2.8 MB)

Clayoquot Sound Scientific Panel Watershed Reserves and Harvestable Areas — by Integrated Land Management Bureau, 2006 (PDF 39 MB — VERY large file)

Clayoquot Sound UNESCO Biosphere Reserve: Core, Buffer and Transition Zones — by Clayoquot Biosphere Trust (PDF, 45 KB)

Iisaak Harvest History 2000-2008 — by Iisaak Forest Resources (PDF, 8.1 MB) Cutblocks are shown in pink.

Ma-Mook Coulson Operations: Hesquiat Area (Northern Clayoquot), 2007–2009 — by Ma-Mook Coulson (PDF, 1.9 MB) Cutblocks are outlined in red. Note: Road shown in intact Satchie Valley has not been built. The two cutblocks shown in intact Hesquiat Point Creek have not been logged.

Ma-Mook Coulson Operations: Southern Clayoquot, 2007-2009 — by Ma-Mook Coulson (PDF, 2.3 MB) Cutblocks are outlined in red.

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