Coastal wetlands are an extremely important component of the Great Lakes ecosystem, providing food, shelter, and breeding grounds for a wide range of fish and wildlife. Unfortunately, much of the Great Lakes original coastal wetlands have been lost over the last 200 years. In Lake Ontario, less than 10% of the original coastal wetlands remain. This documentary tells the story of how one of Lake Ontario’s last large coastal wetland complexes was saved for future generations.
Taken: 03.24.2017 | Video by Andrew Kornacki