A Decade of Natural Disasters
For many British Columbians, the outdoors is just a regular part of our life that we often take for granted. Over the last decade, there has been a number of natural disasters that have devastated our Province. Most recently was the flooding and wildfires in 2021. These disasters destroyed entire towns and left a wake of damage that will take decades to repair.
One of the biggest areas that are impacted by these disasters is our forests and the wildlife habits that live within them. Forests in British Columbia include more than 40 different species of native trees, with some of Canada’s most interesting and valuable tree species. Living within these forests are an incredible and iconic biodiversity of wildlife such as the Canada lynx, owls, bears, moose, wolves and so much more.
Every Job = One Tree Planted
In honour of Earth Day on April 22, 2022, we will be planting one tree for every job completed throughout April to help with the reforestation of British Columbia. We want to be able to see our forests, coastlines, mountains, lakes and rivers left in the best shape possible for future generations to enjoy.
What Our Forests Have to Offer
To showcase just how wonderful our forests are, here are a few of our Marketing Manager’s favourite images.
Book Your Job Today to Support Earth Day
If you wish to schedule a junk removal pickup and help us in our goal of planting 1,000 trees this April, call us at (604) 505-5865 or click the “Book Now” and we will be more than happy to assist you.