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  1. BC government gives Pacific BioEnergy green light to log rare inland rainforest for wood pellets. Matt Simmons is a Local Journalism Initiative Reporter SEAN O’ROURKE WAS HIKING in BC’s globally rare inland rainforest this spring when pink flagging tape indicating a planned cutblock caught his eye. Finding flagging tape is nothing new, but when he looked closer, he realized the tape had the name of a nearby pellet company on it—Pacific BioEnergy. The company operates a plant in Prince George where it turns waste wood products—sawdust from mills, tree bark, wood sh
  2. BC government gives Pacific BioEnergy green light to log rare inland rainforest for wood pellets. Matt Simmons is a Local Journalism Initiative Reporter SEAN O’ROURKE WAS HIKING in BC’s globally rare inland rainforest this spring when pink flagging tape indicating a planned cutblock caught his eye. Finding flagging tape is nothing new, but when he looked closer, he realized the tape had the name of a nearby pellet company on it—Pacific BioEnergy. The company operates a plant in Prince George where it turns waste wood products—sawdust from mills, tree bark, wood sh
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