In a historic announcement, the BC government has granted the Klahoose First Nation and the Cortes Island Community Forest Co-Op a Community Forest tenure on 3,700 acres of so-called “Crown” or public lands on Cortes—a deal 20 years in the making. To learn more, please visit heartwoodfilm.com.
Tosh has lived on Cortes Island for most of his life, learning how to live on the land and be a good forest steward. But when Island Timberlands announced their plans to log on Cortes, Tosh joined the movement to try and stop them. To learn more, please visit heartwoodfilm.com.
BC Timber Sales has issued the logging contract for Maurelle Island, despite the concerns of local tour guides that their input has been largely ignored. Eco-tour guide Mike Moore takes us on a journey through the Lower Okisollo channel to see the new log dump and logging road that has[...]
Eco-tour guide and professional sailor Mike Moore takes us out for a journey through the Discovery Islands on his yacht, Misty Isles. He shows us some of the last remaining untouched corridors in the area— and some that have already been scarred by industrial logging. Only three corridors in this[...]
The new website for “Heartwood: Forest Guardians of Cortes Island” is up and running at www.heartwoodfilm.com. The Heartwood team will be heading up to Cortes Island in a few weeks to continue filming, where he will be releasing some new videos in the very near future. So stay dialed in to heartwoodfilm.com,[...]