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Groups Join Forces Against Sandpiper Oil Pipeline

Honor the Earth is continuing their fight against the Sandpiper oil pipeline, but this time, the environmental group is getting some help. Today, a crowd of people joined Winona LaDuke, the head of the Native American-led organization, to start the stop the Sandpiper alliance....

Judge Rules Tribal Treaties Don’t Apply To Oil Pipelines

  An administrative law judge ruled that tribal treaties don’t give American Indians a say in choosing a route for the $2.6 billion dollar sandpiper oil pipeline. The Honor the Earth environmental group has argued in past months that historic treaties allow tribes to...

Honor the Earth Continues to Fight Enbridge’s Sandpiper Pipeline

  Honor the Earth is continuing their fight against the Sandpiper pipeline. Last week, Enbridge filed a petition in response to Honor the Earth’s motions granted by the Public Utilities Commission. They argued that the PUC should reconsider the extended comment period...

White Earth Nation, Pipeline Opposition Gather to Observe Earth Day

  How do you celebrate Earth Day?  The White Earth Nation, Friends of the Headwaters and other community members gathered for a unique celebration at Itasca State Park.  We explain why the threat of Enbridge’s Sandpiper Pipeline is bringing people together for this special...

Honor the Earth Files Motions Against Sandpiper Pipeline

  Honor the Earth, a native-led organization that supports the native environmental movement, is taking a stand against Enbridge’s Sandpiper pipeline. The proposed route for the pipeline travels from North Dakota to Lake Superior, but Honor the Earth says this path is...

Pipeline Project Discussion Informs Public

  As construction plans for a pipeline project are underway in Northern Minnesota, many residents—especially those living on the proposed route—have little information and many concerns.  But the Park Rapids Area League of Women Voters has come to the rescue as they hosted a...

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