Large area in Northern Ontario once filled with white pine and now a battle zone for environmentalists, loggers and tourist camp owners sucking up to the outdoor recreation market. At issue is a 1400 hectare stand of old growth white pine, one of the last in North America, and more significant but less glamourous than B.C.’s tiny Karmanah Valley, which now features handicam battery rechargers attached to each large tree.

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