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Emerald Edge in British Columbia:
The Emerald Edge is a whole system initiative that ties together The Nature Conservancy’s existing work in Southeast Alaska, British Columbia and Washington.
On the mainland coast of British Columbia, the Great Bear Rainforest stretches for more than 250 miles. Born of a complex interaction between ocean, mountains, forest and rain, this is a land of mist-shrouded valleys and glacier-cut fjords, old-growth forests and rich salmon streams. Great Bear is home to one of the most elusive creatures on earth—the Spirit Bear—and is the site of the landmark Great Bear Rainforest Agreement of 2008.
On British Columbia's Vancouver Island, the road disappears into the breathtaking landscape of Clayoquot Sound. Home to some of the larges conifers on earth, Clayoquot is the traditional territory of three First Nations, owners of a forest company who, with our help, are exploring alternative ways to protect the sacred watersheds within their ancestral lands while also improving their local economy.
 Photo:  Ian McAllister/Great Bear Rainforest

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