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Gift Giving

We are currently working on new Water Protector Collection garments, gifts and accessories plus our new Pipeline Free Manoomin has just been harvested.  We visited our communities and purchased their wild rice, and is currently being traditionally processed.

Honor the Earth now offers a Virtual Gift Card: Celebrates Protecting the Earth www.honortheearthmerchandise.com

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Women’s Foundation of Minnesota

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Honor the Earth and the Women’s Foundation of Minnesota are partnering to provide opportunities for young native women to take leadership to the next level.

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Not Afraid to Look

The Northland has an opportunity to create a home for a piece from the Standing Rock Sioux Nation, built to face Energy Transfer Pipeline. Now it's time to face Enbridge in Minnesota.

 

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Line 3 Update

The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) found the Line 3 EIS adequate and approved its construction; the Minnesota Department of Commerce (DOC) along with Honor the Earth and a cohort of environmental organizations filed for reconsideration; and the Fond du Lac Band of Ojibwe strikes a deal with Enbridge.

 

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Regranting Program 2018 Update

Honor the Earth Allocates $82,500 in New Grants to 23 Indigenous Communities Across 12 States and 1 Canadian Province

 

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Orchard Planting on White Earth

“If you plant an annual crop, that’s great, but if you plant a tree you can feed your descendants.”

-Winona LaDuke

 

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Get out the Vote

It’s time to vote.

 

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Mining Tar Sands Oil: Land Impacts

On June 14th, 2018 Forbes online published an article titled “It's High Time To Approve Enbridge's Oil Pipeline Replacement Plans written by Jude Clemente.  

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Public Statement Regarding the Duluth Police Department's Request to Purchase Riot Gear

Public Statement Regarding the Duluth Police Department’s Request to Purchase Riot Gear

*from Minnesota Native-Led Environmental Organization, Honor the Earth

Contact: Alyssa Hoppe (Honor the Earth) 612-385-1557 alyssa@honorearth.org

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A Feast of Indigenous Art and People: Making Art that Speaks Truth to Power- Bringing the “Not Afraid to Look” Monument to the Duluth Area

DULUTH MN – Wednesday, October 3 -- Honor the Earth invites the Twin Ports community to the Feast of Indigenous Art and Indigenous People on Saturday, October 13th, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Peace United Church of Christ in Duluth MN 

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