Niagara Documentary Filmmaker Urges Radio Audience To Join Fight To Save Thundering Waters Forest

You Can Listen To The Radio Interview Here

A Brief News Note from Doug Draper

Posted August 9th, 2016 on Niagara At Large

On a Niagara radio morning program this August 9th, local documentary filmmaker Jon Lepp called a plan to bulldoze over a large tract of forest, savannah and wetlands in Niagara Falls for urban development “short-term thinking,” and he urged listeners to join growing numbers of area citizens in killing the plan.

jon august 23 rally

Lepp, who is producing a documentary on the battle to save Thundering Waters Forest with fellow filmmaker Stacey Koudys, discussed the need to save this natural area on 610 AM CKTB’s Tim Denis program.

He also called on listeners to join him and other Niagara area citizens at Niagara Falls City Hall at 6:30 p.m. this coming August 23rd to press the elected council of this Niagara, Ontario city to turn the urban development project down at the Thundering Waters Forest location.

For those of you who missed the segment on the program featuring Jon Lepp you can hear it here by clicking on – .

Niagara At Large is also pleased to repost one of a number of trailers Lepp and Koudy’s are producing for their upcming ‘Paradise Project’ documentary on the battle to save this natural area.

Click on the following link for more by Jon and Stacey

And here is the link to the Facebook page and website for ‘Save Thundering Waters Forest’

Read a related story on this issue on Niagara At Large at

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