Tribal Public Hearing for Anishinaabeg Cumulative Impact Assessment on Line 3 Replacement Project and Abandonment at East Lake Community Center


January 16th 
Public Hearing for Anishinaabeg Cumulative Impact Assessment on Line 3 Pipeline Replacement Route and Abandonment

Meeting starts at 5:30pm to 7:30PM
AT East Lake Community Center
20650 363rd Ln, McGregor, MN 55760
Refreshments will be served

We invite our Anishinaabeg and local communities to come together to learn about and make comment on the Anishinaabeg Cumulative Impact Assessment (ACIA). This document was developed as a working model for environmental analysis on behalf of the five Anishinaabe bands of Red Lake, White Earth, Fond du Lac, Leech Lake, and Mille Lacs who are intervening in the state approval process for the Line 3 Replacement project. The ACIA is meant to be a resource, meant to provide the foundational example for assessing and responding to impacts from proposed large infrastructure projects which may affect Anishinaabe tribal resources and communities on and off reservations.

The ACIA is, first and foremost, Anishinaabe-centric with an emphasis on the Anishinaabe worldview and value system which the state of Minnesota simply could not successfully integrate into their Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). The ACIA strives to more comprehensively address impacts to tribal resources and environmental justice. It will altogether more thoroughly and fairly consider the impacts to all the people, the lands, the waters, the plants and animals, and our collective future. 

The ACIA is available for review on the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe website at as well as at, and hard copies will be made available for review at tribal offices. Comments can be submitted to [email protected]

January 16, 2018 at 5:30pm - 7:30pm
East Lake Community Center
20650 363rd Ln
McGregor, MN 55760
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Li Boyd Deanna Ensley

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