2012 Year in Review

Thank you for making this year a great success!  None of Earthroots' work would have been possible without the help of our dedicated supporters and volunteers.

Give to Earthroots today and receive a tax credit for this year! Whatever you can afford to contribute will make a difference.

Donate through the secure services of CanadaHelps by Monday, December 31st, and receive an electronic tax receipt for 2012. If you miss this deadline, please consider starting the New Year off right by donating to the protection of Ontario's wilderness, wildlife and watersheds in January.


Together with our partners, Earthroots made some significant achievements this year.

Here a few highlights from our list of accomplishments in 2012!

Wolf Lake

Earthroots' campaign was essential in stopping the removal of 'forest reserve' status from Wolf Lake, the largest ancient red pine forest in the world.

Click here to read the article in The Star.

To learn more about the campaign and sign a petition, click here.



Wild Rivers - KI

Earthroots helped get 23,000 sq km of KI Homeland withdrawn from all mining activity - this roadless area in the boreal forest is three times the size of Algonquin Park.

Read the article from The Star here.

Click here to learn more about the campaign.


Grassy Narrows

Earthroots' continued support of Grassy Narrows helped keep industrial logging out of their traditional territory for a fourth year.

Click here to read the article in The Star.

To learn more about the campaign, click here.


Oak Ridges Moraine

Earthroots played a key role in bringing together councillors from Toronto and across the Moraine to begin drafting guidelines for best practices regarding commercial fill - our water sources must be protected from contaminated soil.

To read the article in the Globe and Mail, click here.