Favorites on Friday: West Coast Environmental Law Reports Success

Western Coast Environmental Law used our funding to assist the Gitanyow Hereditary Chiefs in drafting a protection plan for the Nass River watershed. As a result, the BC government created the Hanna-Tintina Conservancy, a 58,568-acre protected area that includes spawning habitat for the majority of the Nass River sockeye salmon, timbered hillsides, alpine slopes, riparian and wetland ecosystems, and important grizzly bear habitat.

Photo: Jigsaw Lake