Seaside Times October 2011
By Chris Genovali
One of the challenges with trying to do research on British Columbia’s north and central coast is getting around. We are talking about a rugged and roadless coastal ecosystem thousands of square miles in size. For many years, Raincoast begged, borrowed or leased vessels that could get our field crews in and about the vast region known as the Great Bear Rainforest. But in 2003, we took the plunge and made an investment in our own boat…
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