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Donate to the Legal Defense Fund for theNovember 2action in Duluth, MN, to stop the Enbridge Pipeline Invasion  

During the march and rally on November 2, a group of activists including tribal members occupied the Enbridge offices in Duluth and presented a demand letter to staff.  The letter asks Enbridge to initiate formal consultation with tribal governments impacted by the proposed new Sandpiper/Line3 pipeline corridor, and suspend all work on the pipelines until the completion of a detailed plan for the abandonment of Line 3 as well as a thorough Environmental Impact Statement for the new corridor.   Enbridge refused to even look at the letter, and asked the group to leave.   

 

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Join Honor the Earth Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Fossil Fuels are bad for your boobs.  That’s pretty much it. That’s why Honor the Earth is introducing the Pipeline Free Breast campaign, as a part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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Hearing Dates for Sandpiper Pipeline Project


BISMARCK — The North Dakota Public Service Commission on Monday formally approved the public hearing dates and locations for Enbridge’s proposed Sandpiper Pipeline that would carry oil from western North Dakota to Wisconsin. 

The hearings will take place Feb. 19 at the University of North Dakota School of Law’s Baker Courtroom in Grand Forks; Feb. 20 at Robert Fawcett Auditorium at Lake Region State College in Devils Lake; and Feb. 27 in the Minot City Council chambers.

 

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Come join us.. and let's ask questions and get answers...

On January 7, 2013, the Park Rapids League of Women Voters will host a discussion on the Sandpiper Pipeline proposed by Enbridge Company to run from North Dakota across Minnesota to Superior, Wisconsin. The forum will be held a: 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Northwoods Bank Community Room 1200 East First Street Park Rapids, MN. Seating and space is limited.

Honor the Earth is pleased that the League of Women Voters is sponsoring this informational session. The League of Women Voters, a non­partisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government and influences public policy through education and advocacy.

The panel discussion will include: Tracy M.B. Smetana, Public Advisor Consumer Affairs Office, Minnesota Public Utilities Commission, Lorraine Little, Senior Manager of Public Affairs for Enbridge, Winona LaDuke, White Earth tribal member, economist and executive director of Honor the Earth. And, Nathan Kestner, Regional Environmental Assessment Ecologist Region 1 MN DNR Division of Ecological & Water Resources, NW Region.

The goal of the meeting is to provide the public with factual information so that they can make their own decisions. Also to help the public understand how they can get their voices heard on these matters.

The Ground rules below were modified from the established rules from candidate forums that League of Women Voters runs during elections. Our moderator, LuAnn Hurd­lof is a trained League moderator and has conducted candidate forums for several years in the Park Rapids area. Questions will be gathered from the audience and also may be submitted by e­mail to prapidsleague@gmail.com up to 24 hours prior to the event. As many questions as possible will be asked within the time limits. For more information contact prapidsleague@gmail.com

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