It’s been a busy year for the Wolf Lake Coalition, we’ve made some key moves in our continued fight for the inclusion of Wolf Lake’s ancient pine within the Chiniguchi Waterway Provincial Park.
In 2013 we saw a stunning timelapse of the Wolf Lake region by photographer and friend, Rob Nelson. A timelapse that sparked an interest and generated awareness of the Save Wolf Lake campaign to over 24,000 people.
We are excited to announce the recent addition of Red Tent Media to the Wolf Lake Coalition steering committee. With expertise in marketing within the Canadian outdoor community, Red Tent Media has taken 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 surrounding Wolf Lake. Read More
One of my favourite ways to recharge from the rather sedentary daily routine required of graduate studies in history is to spend time outside. This summer, I enjoyed an eight-day backcountry canoe trip in the Temagami wilderness region with a group of friends.Read More
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.
“As an painter, I’ve always been drawn to the beauty of places like Wolf Lake,” says Hamilton artist Sarah Blevins. “The fact that this incredible ecosystem is still threatened makes our work that much more important.”Read More