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  • Mount Ashlar groves


    David Broadland
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    Satellite imagery suggests there are three groves of old-growth forest on the top of Mount Ashlar (a project placeholder name), the prominent mountain due south of Ashlar Lake. Another grove just north of the narrowest section of Small Inlet is also likely.

    The project has not yet ground-truthed any of these four areas.

     

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    Mount Ashlar, on the north side of Small Inlet

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  • The map below is TimberWests account of forest by age class on Quadra Island. It doesnt indicate all of the old forest that has been confirmed by the Discovery Islands Forest Conservation Project, but most of the areas shown in brown are areas of old forest (>250 years).

  •   Return to the Discovery Islands primary forest survey page  

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