Save the Boundary Waters

Save the Boundary Waters

For 18 months, the Forest Service has been carefully documenting likely harm to the Boundary Waters and the Superior National Forest if sulfide-ore copper mining is allowed on public lands next to the Boundary Waters. This critically important study is nearly complete. The study will inform Secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke before he decides whether to protect the Boundary Waters by putting nearby federal lands off-limits to new mining leases for 20 years.


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Womxn of Color Agenda Info Session

Womxn of Color Agenda Info Session

We're ready to spread the womxn of color movement statewide. Join us in a sacred space where we share and collect input from you about how to collectively center the leadership of womxn of color and move forward as a state. When we invest in womxn of color, we invest in the type of world we should be living in today. A world where all can thrive and live in joy. 

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Comment now to oppose the gutting of the National Environmental Policy Act

Comment now to oppose the gutting of the National Environmental Policy Act

Known as the Magna Carta of environmental law, is a federal law that promotes the enhancement and protection of our environment.  It also established the President's Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ).

NEPA was passed in the 70s following outcry over how the Interstate highway system in the 1950s and 60s was built- by bulldozing communities with no consideration of the harmful impacts.

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