Taking the next step in bringing awareness to saving Wolf Lake with new partner Red Tent Media.
Welcoming Red Tent Media to the steering committee for Save Wolf Lake as they take the lead of an ongoing effort to produce a short film focusing on the efforts and struggles of gaining permanent protection of the old growth Red Pine forest.
Exploring the 1989 Red Squirrel Road blockades in the heart of Temagami.
On July 18th, 2015 a group of four made the journey north along rugged logging roads to the shores of Wolf Lake and the majestic stands of old-growth red pine. The goal: to continue the visual documentation of this at-risk area that began three years ago.
We're going back to where it all began! Three years later we return to Wolf Lake to continue to build a visual library showcasing this unique ecological gem and call for its permanent protection.
The Mezzanine Gallery was filled with life during the opening reception for the Friends of Temagami's, 'Spirit of the Red Pine' fundraising exhibition. What a great turnout!
Three-week art show celebrates threatened Wolf Lake old-growth forest.
Wolf Lake old-growth forest show reception same day as by-election.
The Wolf Lake Coalition is pleased with the responses to its outreach to candidates in the upcoming provincial election.
Wolf Lake Coalition to press provincial candidates’ and leaders’ commitment to protecting world’s largest old-growth red pine forest.
The falls and rapids leading out of Wolf Lake narrowed to about six feet with a big boulder at the centre. This is where I had to land, then jump to the other side.
Eleven artists are gathering on the shores of Wolf Lake today to kick off the inaugural pARTners for Wolf Lake art camp.
New research from the University of Guelph, published Tuesday in the journal Biodiversity and Conservation, says that allowing industrial extraction in a northern Ontario old-growth red pine forest – the largest remaining in the world – would significantly threaten biodiversity in Canada.
A team of scientists released a new report today on the findings of an intensive species count conducted last year at Wolf Lake.
Canoe camp Facebook invites Wynne to paddle Wolf Lake using stunning time lapse video.
Threatened ancient red pine forest is among Sudbury’s top eco-tourism destinations.