PRINCE GEORGE, BC — Conservation North is demanding action from Victoria on recommendations made by the Forest Practices Board back in 2020. The group says the province has done nothing to limit further destruction of wildlife habitat in the Prince George Timber Supply Area. The board found that nature was at high risk because of industrial logging. “It has been two years since the Forest Practices Board concluded that nature was at high-risk in the Prince George TSA because of industrial logging. Why is it taking so long for the BC government to act on the Board’s recommendations when these ecosystems are on the brink of collapse?” asks Conservation North’s Director Michelle Connolly.