A New Video On The Citizens’ Campaign To Save Thundering Waters Forest In Niagara, Ontario

View The Video – ‘Greater Than The Sum Of Its Parts’

Posted by Doug Draper

August 23rd, 2016, Niagara At Large

Niagara, Ontario  documentary filmmakers Jon Lepp and Stacey Koudys are working on a documentary they are at least tentatively calling ‘The Paradise Project’ about the growing citizens battle to save hundreds of acres of forest, savannah and wetlands known as the Thundering Waters Forest in Niagara Falls.

Here is a quick note of introduction from Jon, followed by the latest installment of the project. Click on it and watch.

Hello folks,

Stacey Koudys and I are proud to launch our second webisode for our documentary The Paradise Project.

We hope you enjoy our webisode, “Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts”. Today is a really important day for Thundering Waters Forest.

Please come out to Niagara Falls City Hall at 6 pm this Tuesday, August 23rd to show the Niagara Falls City Councilors that we do not want this forest to be developed into a private school or condos or parking lots!

Learn more about Jon and Stacey’s Paradise Project by clicking onhttps://niagaraatlarge.com/2016/08/06/introducing-a-brand-new-save-thundering-waters-forest-website/ .

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