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Roads: More Than Lines on a Map

This report lays out the challenges of roads and offers several key recommendations for action. To our knowledge this is the first time such a publication has been produced for nation-wide distribution. (2.55 MB)

More Than Trees

A citizen's guide to making conservation a bigger part of forest management. (11 MB)

Within the Lac Seul Upland: a geographical protrait of Ecoregion 3S

An inventory of many of the ecological and cultural values of the most intact boreal forest area left in the country. (pdf 19.4MB). High-res print copies can be purchased for $50.00 (discount available for First Nations) through our office.

The Northern Bruce Peninsula Ecosystem Community Atlas


 

High resolution, print copies are $74.95 and available by contacting the Wildlands League office or click the cover to download the files.

Uncertain Future: Woodland Caribou and Canada's Boreal Forest

Governments are failing to save Canada's woodland caribou, according to a new CPAWS report, co-authored with the Sierra Club of Canada. (pdf file, 1.2MB)

Out of Balance

A Revealing Look at how public forests are managed in the Whiskey Jack Forest.

Remoteness Sells

This report highlights the need to protect wilderness tourism in Ontario and offers eight recommendations to ensure Ontario remains a world-class wilderness tourism destination. (7.6 MB)

Wood, Jobs and Wilderness

What does the future hold for forestry in Ontario? Our new fact sheet looks at the current reality and future of forestry in Ontario.

 

 

 

A Cut Above: A Look At Alternative to Clearcutting in the Boreal Forest

Currently, 90% of the area cut each year in our boreal forests is clearcut. This report looks at the ecological and economic implications for broadening approaches to forestry in boreal forests.

Honouring the Promise

This report looks at changing approaches and attitudes toward protected areas from both Aboriginal and western perspectives.

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