Season 1, Episode 2 • 52m
Ontario’s Long Point – the world’s longest freshwater sand spit is today lush with forests and wetlands - however the area is threatened by a European invader - the phragmites plant
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The people of Georgian Bay, Ontario, struggle to mitigate the impact of increasing numbers of cottagers and a new four-lane highway on the region’s endangered species