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Help Us Save Old Growth Trees in Temagami!

Temagami Ontario is where it all started for Les – adventure, survival and reconnecting with the wilderness.  Help us save the old growth trees in Wolf Lake! Tweet @dalton_mcguinty requesting he not cut down this amazing forest or fax this petition

Read more in the Toronto Star:  Ontario breaks Temagami pledge at

  • Jane on December 20, 2011

    Thank you very much for setting this petition up. It would be so great if we can stop the government from ruining this amazing place.
    (Happily signed and reposted on facebook)

  • Ryan on December 22, 2011

    I hardly think i persuasive argument will help this cause any so ill simply say this, don’t cut them down..

  • Troy Jenkins on January 2, 2012

    Old growth forest are getting rare. Please preserve these sacred trees.

  • ray a karuzas on January 23, 2012

    Listen to Les. Do what Les tells you to do.I believe in you.

  • Dennis Levy on January 29, 2012

    Good web site and great article. Thanks.

  • Brian McLeer on February 3, 2012

    Old growth need to be preserved for many reasons; biological study, heritage, and respect for nature are a few reasons. There are many other newer growth forests that can be harvested before endangering old growth forests.

  • Mark Schmerling on February 4, 2012

    Find in your own heart and human spirit, in your invisible connection with your past, to leave this magnificent forest to inspire and instruct us all. If you can’t do this remember what Ansel Adams told Ronald Reagan, when Reagan refused to see the bigger picture. “You know the cost of everything, and the value of nothing.”

    This forest has value that transcends all of us. It deserves to be leaft standing. We can prosper and still preserve it.

    Thank you.

  • kiwe on February 9, 2012

    YES! we should save the forest! before we know it , we’ll be DEAD because we have no oxegen because people are selfish! they want BIGGER houses, more stores, and many more selfish things! we should be happy for what we have and stop wanting more and more and(wait for it…..)more!money is a problem because everybody wants it. we should be thankful. things were meant to be used and people are meant to be loved. the world is coming to an end because things are being loved and people are being used. that is all

  • Thorsten Hinz on February 12, 2012

    I sent it away once. I also hope that this action will help to ensure that these trees are not precipitated.

  • Robert Crowell on March 17, 2012

    Being short sighted is a quality common among business and nations. It is up to us as citizens to stand up for what is just. Go Les!

  • Richard Levison on October 3, 2012

    Hi! I’am a fan of the show also and I liked Les Stroud’s story of a possinle Bigfoot encounter.

  • BayleeRiddle on November 15, 2012

    Hey les I’m a fan of what u do and was wondering how u got in to what u do I was hopping 1 day I could be doing the same thing

  • Aaron J on November 24, 2012

    This saddens me. I am 15 and I have always loved the outdoors and one day when I become a man I wish to explore the wilderness and develop skills that will help me live off the land and respect my surrounding more then I do now and one day I wish to show these things teach my children she skills I developed. But things like these prevent me from doing so. I cannot teach my children these skills and to respect there environment if its just pollution and wasteland. :( very sad.

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