Save Old Growth ends disruption of critical transportation infrastructure in British Columbia; activist group is turning to tactics such as public outreach, says it still wants province to act urgently to permanently protect remaining old growth forests

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British Columbia , June 29, 2022 (press release) –

Save Old Growth will de-escalate disruptive actions on critical transportation infrastructure. Save Old Growth is turning its attention to other tactics including public outreach and events.

“Major traffic disruptions will end today,” says the Save Old Growth Central Organizing Committee. “Other strategies will be used that won’t stop traffic. “We continue to request the Government take urgent steps to permanently protect BC’s remaining old growth forests.”

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