SAVE WOLF LAKE on-line Film Premiere


Greater Sudbury, Monday, March 3, 2021  – Join the Friends of Temagami in celebrating the release of SAVE WOLF LAKE, March 11, 7:30 p.m. on FaceBook, You Tube, and Twitter.  In this short documentary, journey with adventurers, scientists, historians and environmental activists seeking to protect Wolf Lake, the largest known red pine old growth forest in North America.  A panel discussion of the past, present, and future issues at Wolf Lake will follow the film.

To view the film, simply go to Friends of Temagami’s You Tube channel, Facebook page, or twitter, March 11, 7:30 p.m.  You will have the opportunity to ask questions in the comments sections of these platforms.

At one time, red pine old-growth forests spanned across eastern North America. Today, only 1.2% of that old-growth forest remain. Located in the northeast corner of Greater Sudbury, Wolf Lake old growth red pine forest stands as a rich but fragile ecological gem. In 1999 the government of Ontario committed to protect Wolf Lake. However, mining claims and leases prevented its inclusion into the Chiniguchi Waterway Provincial Park and mining exploration activity continues in this fragile ecosystem.

Come learn more about this unique area and ask your questions.

“We are very excited about this event. It has been nine years in the making!” says PJ Justason, President of Friends of Temagami.

SAVE WOLF LAKE was directed by Franziska Brand and Sarah Paul of Red Tent Media.  The trailer can be viewed at:

About Friends of Temagami – We are the pre-eminent voice for wilderness ecosystems, protected areas, and backcountry recreation in the Temagami area. For more information, visit  

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