Here are some more crimes against the environment and the workers of British Columbia
these pictures where taken by a hunter in the fall of 2006 in northern British Columbia
The fires where far enough away from cities that the smoke was not visible. The smoke from these fires in northern British Columbia was unbelievable
The piles where about 20 feet high and about 400 feet long. There were hundreds of these piles that the hunter saw
The smoke from the fires drove all the wild life out of the area.
The tree where not the tops but the whole tree. At the same time we have saw mills and pulp mills closing because they can not get logs.
When the hunter confronted the workers they told him the picked out the very best saw logs for export and burned the rest
How and when will this madness end