Not only is our climate in a state of emergency, so are our forests and the state of old growth forests directly affects the climate emergency, biodiversity, extinction and so much more.


Addressing the forest emergency is critical to address climate change.































Source: Sjensen

To survive the climate emergency we also need to address the forest emergency



















We are committed to educating about the forest emergency and the urgent need for conservation and protection of the last remaining old growth forests that protect us, providing us with oxygen, cooling local climates, sequestering carbon and supporting biodiversity. We stand for Indigenous rights and rights of nature to exist.




Raising awareness about how critical old growth forests are in protecting us from the worst of climate change and protecting endangered species. Protecting the last remaining old growth and supporting Indigenous guardianship of forests.














Without old growth forests there will be little left to sequester carbon and keep microclimates cool



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