Temagami is an internationally recognized ecological site that contains nearly 50% of all remaining old-growth pine forests. Since 1986, Earthroots has been at the forefront of protecting these majestic forests, and aboriginal sacred sites.
Woodland Caribou are an iconic species of the boreal forest that are designated as “threatened” under the ESA. For years, Earthroots has campaigned for the preservation of their habitats and the protection of this beautiful species.
Native to Ontario, populations of double crested cormorants made a remarkable comeback after nearly being completely eliminated decades ago. Since their return, this species has been far from safe.
True wilderness is a rare commodity in Ontario. It is still there to be experienced, but it is under siege. Earthroots continues to educate and fight for the wilderness experience to be preserved for current and future generations.
More than 20 years after the Ontario government announced their land use plan for the provinces’ industrial Crown forest, most of the protected area plan has been achieved. However, some significant gaps still exist.
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