BC's New Forest Practices Code Part Four: The Watershed Restoration Program


Serious damage to watersheds has been caused by past logging activity. Shows three and four show examples of the problems and on-site work being done to restore damaged fish habitat by stabilizing roads and streams. Of the thousands of fish-bearing streams in B.C., hundreds have been damaged by industrial activity of various kinds. Logging road deactivation, a major part of Forest Renewal is also shown--old roads being the cause of much erosion and stream damage. Part two of two.

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