Events

  • Saturday, September 26, 2020 at 10:00 AM

    Communities United by Water to Stop Line 5 & Line 3

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    Communities United by Water

    “Celebrating Protection of our Environment and Resources” by honor the environmental of the past, the Treaty of 1854 and Water Protectors everywhere.

    Saturday, September 26, 2020

    SOCIAL DISTANCING - MASKING REQUIRED

    Bayview City Park (aka: Pamida Beach) - 1803 E Lake Shore Drive, Ashland, Wisconsin 

    The “Communities United by Water” event will be on the waterfront of Lake Superior for most of the day. A Caravan with participants will embark to a pre-selected “Bury Enbridge” site for funeral rights in the afternoon. “Car Caravan” drivers will be using a slowed-down procedure (slow moving caravan) to ensure a safe convoy of vehicles.

    10:00am – Arrive at Superior Waterfront, Ceremony and Set-Up of site

    11:30am – Organizations with Information Tables, Speakers and Music

    1:30pm – Baaga’odowe Exhibition - Line 3/5 Opposition vs Enbridge

    2:30pm  – Caravan leaves for “Bury Enbridge” Funeral Rites site

    You are here to help protect many waterways contributing to the Bad River Watershed, Lake Superior, Chequamagon Bay, Wetlands and Resources throughout.

    Bring your own chairs and tables. Share information, music, your organization, and your love of life. Share prepared and packaged Healthy Foods. Be self-sufficient with your needs.

    Individual organizations are each responsible for their own members, promotional and educations materials, on site activities and travel safety. Be cordial to all on-lookers, they could be our allies. Do not block or impede other vehicles. Turn headlights on. Turn safety lights on when in line or in any stall situation to help warn other vehicles that you are not moving or are moving slow. Local law enforcement has been notified and we all hope for their cooperation.

    Educate yourself on how to participate and contribute information for the up-coming Enbridge Line #5 DNR and Federal Water Crossing and Wetland Permit Hearings.


    For More Information: Penokeehillseducation@gmail.com

    Resources and Correspondence to PHEP, PO Box 966, Ashland, Wisconsin 54846

    For Media and Other Essential Data only - Contact PHEP members:

    Pete Rasmussen – 715-681-0472

    Sandy Gokee – 715-292-5641         

    Frank Koehn – 218-341-8822         

    Paul DeMain – 715-558-2991

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