Only 1.2 % survive. Let’s save the biggest.
Wolf Lake is surrounded by the largest ancient red pine forest in the world – an endangered ecosystem that remains in only 1.2% of its former extent.The government of Ontario promised protect the ancient forest, but 13 years later it is still open to destructive mining and mineral exploration.
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