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Native Peoples Native Homelands Climate Change Workshop a Huge Success

Honor the Earth spent several months working with a host of partners to convene a climate change workshop that brought hundreds of tribal college students together with elders, spiritual leaders and some of the most brilliant Native scholars and front-line activists in Indian Country.

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Amy's Blog: Day 1 in Montana with IGs, Winona and 'Women Donors'

Indigo Girls and Honor The Earth’s Winona LaDuke have headed up to Montana to host members of the Women Donors Network on a tour of some of Montana’s Native communities. We will be visiting with folks and learning about their sustainable energy projects, cultural restoration and the struggles against continuing coal development.

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It's (Honor the) Earth Day...

It's the 40th anniversary of Earth Day & on this day Honor the Earth celebrates its own beginnings as well.

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4 Earth Day Actions That Can Make a Difference Right Now

Knowledge is power and at Honor the Earth it is our mission to create an informed constituency of Native and non-Native supporters. Your outreach allows us to be a stronger voice for the Earth and for those not heard. We need you to stand with us on this Earth Day, and every day, to tell the truth about the impacts of American energy and environmental policy and practice on our Native communities and lifeways.

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Plains Justice Release: Keystone XL Environmental Review Fatally Flawed

Today 13 northern plains and Native groups asked the U.S. Department of State either to revise the pipeline's draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) and resubmit it to the public for review or to deny the Keystone XL pipeline's application for a Presidential Permit.

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Shiprock Goes Solar: Jóhonaá éi Solar Project Installed at Diné College

Honor the Earth and the Navajo Nation's Diné College (DC) lead the way to a cleaner energy future with the recently installed Jóhonaá éi Solar Project. The nearly 20kW solar array sits atop DC's Shiprock South Campus and uses the sun's energy to power the classrooms below. The late October installation was followed by a celebration and training on November 19th. Keith Secola provided musical entertainment, and the training was attended by more than 60 students and community members in-person and more students via virtual classrooms on other DC campuses.

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Brandi Carlile and Patagonia Partner to Benefit Honor the Earth

Brandi Carlile Song, “Turpentine (Live)”, Being Sold via the Patagonia Music Collective with Net Proceeds Going Directly to Honor the Earth

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Catching the Wind Known As Winona

Earth Land Recovery Project, is a director of Honor the Earth and a member of the Mississippi Band of Anishinaabeg.

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AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE - MILITARIZATION OF INDIAN COUNTRY

Latest LaDuke book examines the impacts of the federal military on Native American lands

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In Memory of Our Dear Friend & Co-Worker, Leslie Walking Elk

It is with a very heavy heart and deep sadness that we learned of the passing of our dear friend & staff member, Leslie Walking Elk. Leslie was Winona’s adopted sister. Her loss was unexpected and we are pulling together for support during this difficult time.

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