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Monday, February 6, 2012

Save Wolf Lake - Save Yourself

Just north of Sudbury (Ontario, Canada) and unbeknownst to most, lies the world's largest remaining old-growth red pine forest. Both Temagami area canoe route and environmental treasure, it's a place that belongs to ALL of us - not just man. It is also a place of great beauty and unimaginable ecological importance. A place that is under threat of being opened up to industry, (i.e. mining and even possibly LOGGING!) by the current Ontario government. With the change of just two words, it's designation will go from 'forest reserve' to 'general use', thus basically putting this old growth forest and it's resources up for sale.

But YOU can help SAVE WOLF LAKE with only a few "clicks". Send a message to this government, and help to ensure the future of Wolf Lake's protections by signing the online petition, and then faxing the Premier of Ontario via Earthroots Action Fax online . Now is a time to stand up for our planet. Not everything can be for sale in this world. This is one of those things. Our planet needs your voice. Wolf Lake needs your voice. You need your voice. Your children need your voice. Your grandchildren and great grandchildren will thank you for speaking up when you had the chance. And mine will too.

Visit (and share) the website for more information and to take action now!

1 comment:

  1. its entirely different and amazing photos for the celebration of valentines day also a nice gift on the day


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