CWFS builds relationships with community members by implementing local outreach activities to raise awareness about our work and to promote sustainable and positive interactions between people and the natural environment. These include the development of interpretive trails, restoration tours, newspaper articles, educational programs and fundraisers, and support for community and sustainable economic development.
Contact us if you have a trail that needs to be built or restored.
Walk in the Forest Trail
Since 2010, Central Westcoast Forest Society has renovated and extended the Walk in the Forest Trail. The trail was built in 1997 as an interpretive trail that runs past Lost Shoe Creek. It was designed to display and educate on the effectiveness of riparian restoration and silviculture treatments at accelerating old growth forest characteristics.
Central Westcoast Forest Society has been helping to build and restore many trails in the region.