Nasgaadam (Lena Ross), left, and Joely Selva of Haahuupayak elementary school, sing a Tseshaht song during a rally Saturday at Maplehurst Park in Cherry Creek. About 25 supporters of the Maplehurst trail network gathered in a show of concern about a new woodlot licence that may mean part of the network is eventually logged. A public consultation period ends March 11. MIKE YOUDS PHOTO

Nasgaadam (Lena Ross), left, and Joely Selva of Haahuupayak elementary school, sing a Tseshaht song during a rally Saturday at Maplehurst Park in Cherry Creek. About 25 supporters of the Maplehurst trail network gathered in a show of concern about a new woodlot licence that may mean part of the network is eventually logged. A public consultation period ends March 11. MIKE YOUDS PHOTO

Alberni Valley rallies in support of Maplehurst trail network

Supporters show their concern for new woodlot licence

About 25 supporters of the Maplehurst trail network gathered at the start of the trail on Saturday, March 2 to show their concern about a new woodlot licence that may mean part of the network is eventually logged.

A public consultation period ends March 11. Submit concerns or comments via email at mail@econ.ca.

READ MORE HERE: New woodlot raises concerns for Alberni Valley trail