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Sierra Club BC Sep 16
We are losing at a rate of 3 square metres per second. Take action to stop the destruction:
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ReUse Depot 5h
C'mon in and give these two cool cats a pet. Mama and Hercules may help you find something cool as they are escorting you around. #projects#remodel #…
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Alan Spitzer Sep 20
Redwoods, Old and New, Prairie Creek Redwood State/National Park, California.
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Gibson Outdoor Photo Sep 19
Emergence - Old growth forest along the Sol Duc River Trail. Olympic National Park, Washington, USA. . . . .
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PA Churches Advocacy Sep 18
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Captain Pete Bethune Sep 18
The homies heading to Portland to check out some old logs. 150 year old tree thats been lying in a river for over a century... Could be awesome
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Botanical Inks Sep 17
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Urban Industrial Nw Sep 17
Adding another piece to the collection, thank you for the return business!
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Urban Industrial Nw Sep 17
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Botanical Inks Sep 17
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Dawn Rose Turner Sep 17
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Octopus Bookstore Sep 17
Happening tonight @WildOatBakery books available for purchase and author signing! Not to be missed!
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BarbaraD Sep 16
I just signed the petition to protect old-growth forests in BC. Add your name here 👉👈
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john thomas coleman Sep 16
Just got home from Seattle. has some big cedars, has some big cedars, maybe it’s time for a Big Cedar Contest. Who has oldest, who has biggest?
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Torrance Coste Sep 15
The vast majority of on the BC coast has been logged. It's time for a to second-growth that prioritizes Indigenous Rights + local jobs. Join the movement here:
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Laura Sep 15
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Urban Industrial Nw Sep 14
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Sierra Club BC Sep 14
Sierra Club BC volunteers say thank you to all who are helping defend ! Please sign and share this call for action with your friends:
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Dallas Smith Sep 14
Was pleased to participate on the panel at the Forestry Breakfast a lot of moving parts for the Coast Revitalization Plan. Challenging discussions ahead.
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