Our friend Aaron at ForestEthics
wrote yesterday to let us know about his organization’s campaign to preserve vital caribou habitat in British Columbia in order to save the region’s dwindling herd and a whole bunch of other things, too. Like 6 million acres of priceless wilderness, vast tracts of sacred old growth inland rain forest, and you know… all kinds of irreplaceable stuff that will never be again if the bulldozers and chainsaws show up.
The campaign needs as many voices as it can calling out as one for some conservational sanity up there in BC. IF you’ve never been let me tell you: It’s one of the most magnificent beautiful spectacular magical spiritual places on the face of the Earth. There’s no place like it anywhere else. And why anyone anywhere thinks there’s a better thing to do with it than save it for future generations to know, I simply can’t fathom.
Go here and lend a hand. Now. Today. We signed the business letter. You should send one of your own. Forest Ethics will show you how to do it, and they make it easy to help. The caribou will appreciate it in their way. And tomorrow thanks you.
UPDATE: Aaron just asked if we could post a link to that special letter that ForestEthics is asking businesses to sign. If you own or run a business, please consider joining other concerned companies (like us) in asking Canadian officials to save the caribou and everything to which they're attached for future generations. You'll find everything you need to become a signatory here.