Join us for an afternoon in the field to explore how this natural resource industry is managed on Haida Gwaii. Haida Gwaii has a total area of 1,018,000 hectares with parks and reserves accounting for 229,000 hectares (22%); tree farm license (TFL) areas, 324,000 hectares (32%); and the remainder, 465,000 hectares (46%) as TSA. The timber supply area is primarily located on the east and west sides of Graham Island, with a smaller portion on northwest Moresby Island.



We will travel on logging roads from Daajing Giids/Queen Charlotte to different areas along the backroads to learn about the various ecosystems and shared governance of these forests by the Haida Nation and BC government.


Dates: Saturdays from May to October 

Price: $200/person

Departure Time: 9:30 am from Daajing Giids/Queen Charlotte

Transportation: We will pick you up and return you to your accommodation located anywhere between Daajing Giids/Queen Charlotte and Tll.aal/Tlell. We will confirm pick up times within 7 days of your tour.

Included: Transportation, guide, lunch.

Please Bring: Water and snacks.  Make sure you dress appropriately for the weather conditions on the day – even if it looks bright and sunny outside, it is recommended to bring a sweater as temperatures are known to change every five minutes.  It’s also recommended to bring a rain jacket as we will be exiting the vehicle to view different forests.  It is recommended to dress in layers so that you can easily adjust for optimum comfort.  The weather in this area is variable, so please make sure that you are prepared and will be comfortable.