Forests For The Future

What could a healthy, vibrant future for B.C. forests look like? Who is innovating in the world of forest management? What Nations, organizations, businesses and other groups are making a difference?

IndigiNews and The Discourse have joined forces for an innovative solutions journalism series to investigate challenges and opportunities towards the sustainable forests of the future.

Four scenarios for the future of North Cowichan forests

Here’s your chance to shape the future of an extraordinary public forest.

Quw’utsun Elders lead cedar planting ceremony at Bright Angel Park

They planted trees as a memorial for children lost to residential ‘schools’ and as a gift for future generations.

Historic land agreement ‘will bring our people home,’ says SC’IA⁄NEW Chief

The First Nation plans to reclaim its territory at Mary Hill and protect it through Indigenous law.

As another round of logging wraps up in Nanaimo’s watershed, advocates say it’s time for longterm solutions

Land acquisition and Indigenous protected areas could help vulnerable ecosystems and secure water for a growing future.

What are Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas?

An Interview with Eli Enns, co-founder of the IISAAK OLAM Foundation.

Indigenous practices are the future — and past — of wildfire prevention

Thousand-year-old practices are at the core of wildfire mitigation efforts in the Westbank First Nation Community Forest.

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