There are often two camps when it comes to habitat restoration: get involved, or leave it alone. Many argue against intervention when it comes to the environment, and some programs may be criticized for being unnecessary or even destructive. There are, however, a number of benefits to responsibly altering a landscape in an effort to aid in its recovery process.
Bringing Back the Light, a video from the Central Westcoast Forestry Society, explains the practice, the methods, and the need for habitat restoration in British Columbia's temperate rainforests.
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