National Geographic Magazine – Like curtains drawn across the landscape, the walls of the Toad River Valley yield to un-tracked forests and pure lakes in northeastern British Columbia. Years of compromise and careful planning defined the enormous Muskwa-Kechika Management Area here, where competing interests—from miners, outfitters, preservationists, and native peoples—coexist in delicate balance.
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