More than 70 North American groups, including Honor the Earth, are urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Canada’s premiers to turn away from new pipeline and fossil fuel projects in order to meet the country’s international climate change commitments.
Honor the Earth has prepared a “2015 Year-In-Review” for Enbridge Energy, delivered personally by Executive Director Winona LaDuke to CEO Al Monaco. The report highlights some of the most exciting, frustrating, and at times dangerous adventures that Enbridge had in 2015, along with acknowledging risks to investors in the Canadian pipeline company. Read more here...Read more
Last year, the ND courts ruled in favor of Enbridge in a lawsuit against the Botsford family that attempts to condemn their land and force the Sandpiper pipeline on it. The ND judge ruled that Enbridge (a Canadian corporation) could use eminent domain powers to do that. On January 15, 2016, the Botsfords appealed the case to the ND Supreme Court. They feel that eminent domain should be reserved for things that serve the public, not foreign profits. They feel they have a right to say no, we dont want our farmland to be poisoned. We agree.Read more
The Mille Lacs Band "Anishinaabe Food Sovereignty Project" is a collaboration between the Band, Honor the Earth, and our communities.
FROM THE SEED TO THE TABLE, FROM THE ANIMAL TO THE PLATE. A RESPECTFUL SET OF RELATIONS TO RESTORE A HEALTHY FOOD SYSTEM TO OUR PEOPLE.
New videos from our friends Goddess in Progress and Blackbeard Productions. Chi-miigwech!!
Here's the 90 second video of our Love Water Not Oil ride in 2015!!
And there's lot's more!!!!Read more
HONOR THE EARTH SEEKS DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR
Honor the Earth is now requesting proposals for a part-time Development Coordinator to lead our grant-writing, grant-making, and grassroots fundraising programs. Honor the Earth is in a moment of growth and momentum, and we seek a disciplined, experienced individual with a commitment to long-term, frontline movement-building. This is a part-time position (approx. 20 hours per week) with competitive compensation relative to experience and ability, but no benefits. The Development Coordinator will be an independent contractor, not a direct employee of Honor the Earth. To submit a proposal, please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Click "Read more" below for details....Read more
Support Honor the Earth on "Give to the Max Day"!
Today, Minnesotans are stepping up and opening their hearts to support the movements and organizations that mean the most to them. Please consider supporting Honor the Earth and our efforts to protect all the sacred land, water, and life on Mother Earth. We are living in a time of crisis but we are resilient and powerful. Together we are leading a graceful transition to a just, green, restorative future.
As you make your giving choices today, please keep in mind that nationally, less than 1% of foundation money goes to Native American groups, and a small fraction of that amount goes to reservation-based work. We rely on your contributions to do our work fighting for social and ecological justice in Native communities. Please, join us, and give to the MAX!Read more
In one of the biggest victories ever for the environmental movement, on Friday November 6, President Barack Obama announced that he has rejected the application from Canadian company TransCanada to construct the Keystone XL pipeline. This is a historic victory for our Mother Earth and a huge step in the transition to a just future based on renewable energy. It shows what is possible when we come together across the lines that divide us, and form a powerful diverse grassroots movement. Congratulations and many thanks to the countless people who have been fighting this battle for the last 7-8 years!!! It has been an honor to stand with you. Read more.Read more
We are honored that our Anishinaabekwe Tara Houska (Zhaabowekwe) was one of the leaders of a federal initiative to keep fossil fuels in the ground. On Wednesday, November 4, Senator Bernie Sanders, Senator Jeff Merkley, and national grassroots environmental leaders held a rally and press conference to unveil major new legislation to combat climate change and keep fossil fuels in the ground on public lands. This legislation would, for the first time, aggressively tackle the impact of oil, gas and coal extraction on federal public lands on climate change.
We are extremely grateful for Tara's courage in speaking the truth about the disproportionate impact these fossil fuel projects have on indigenous communities, and the need to protect our Mother Earth and future generations. Chi-miigwech, Tara. Read more...Read more
Honor the Earth is excited to invite your organization to submit a grant proposal for consideration at our Board Meeting, January 2018. The deadline for submittal is January 5 2018, 5PM CT. Our priority area of focus is in the protection and revitalization of sacred ways, rivers, and places. We are passionate in supporting the opposition to extreme extraction and the transition to an Indigenous economy. At this time, our funding is limited to indigenous-led organizations only.Read more