Did you know?
- Our watershed is on private property. Mosaic owns it. Logging puts streams and creeks at risk of redirection and disruption. The increase in debris and soil interferes with critical fish habitat.
- Our community has first hand knowledge of the destructive force of logs, mud and rocks. The frequency of slides increases 6 to 9 times after slopes have been logged.
- Our neighbours, the wildlife, have safety, food and room to roam in the undisturbed forests that begin a few steps from our back yards.
- Our lives have been enriched by the beauty surrounding us. Tourism is a growing industry in the Cowichan Valley, but the huge clearcuts across the lake are visible from west to east as far as the eye can see.
Do you believe large outside corporations should decide the fate of our community?
You and I know better: there is no justification for the loss of our community's natural environment and natural habitat.
The GOOD news is if you answered NO to that question, there is something YOU can do about it!
Are you thinking "How can I help Save our Holmes”?
The next step is to continue your involvement in the Save Our Holmes campaign, please consider the following: