Minnesota's Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness
is threatened by sulfide-ore copper mining.

The Campaign to Save the Boundary Waters is leading the fight to protect America's most visited Wilderness. Our goal is to inspire Americans to defend the most unique lakeland Wilderness in the country. In fact, we're constantly looking for new ways to raise awareness around this issue and inspire more people to stand up and protect America's canoe country. This is why we decided to film a mini-documentary that could educate new audiences on the threat of sulfide-ore copper mining on the edge of the Boundary Waters.

This documentary features experts, Wilderness users and business owners speaking on behalf of the Boundary Waters, what this place means to them and why a toxic copper mine in this place won't just impact Minnesotans, but all Americans.

Join us online for a digital documentary screening on Thursday, June 11 at 7:00 p.m. CT. Plus, as long as you RSVP, you can watch the film anytime between 7:00 - 11:59 p.m that night using the link you will receive in the RSVP confirmation email. RSVP here.

Watch the trailer:

After you watch the documentary, view the prerecorded panel discussion Q & A from May 3rd, 2020 here if you want to learn more. It features Tom Landwehr, Save the Boundary Waters Executive Director, Becky Rom, National Campaign Chair, Steve Piragis, Owner of Piragis Northwoods Company, and Sam Cook, Duluth News Tribune Outdoor Writer. Please note: this was recorded in May of 2020 during our week of online fundraising, Give at Home MN, and features outdated fundraising content. It is about an hour long.