Conservation of the regions remaining undeveloped watersheds is central to FHAs vision of sustainability in the Fraser Headwaters. We are currently paying special attention to three wilderness areas: the upper Goat River wilderness, the Raush River watershed and the regions globally unique Inland Rainforest. All three of these critical areas are part of the protected area network prescribed by the Fraser Headwaters Proposed Conservation Plan.
Check out our proposed Protected Areas Network (PAN) for the Fraser Headwaters (5.7Mb Adobe pdf file).
Wilderness Area Conservation:
The upper Goat River watershed: 35,000 hectares of pristine wilderness in the heart of the Cariboo Mountains. Raush River watershed: the largest uncut, unprotected watershed in British Columbia south of 54 degrees latitude Inland Rainforest: a globally unique ecosystem rapidly disapearing in Fraser Headwaters