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Bayfield County BOA calling for legal briefs concerning the rights of Lake Superior water

July 29, 2021 Barbara With The Bayfield County Board of Adjustments met this morning to address Kristle KLR’s appeal of the denial of a conditional use permit to open a water bottling plant in Clover, Wisconsin near Lake Superior. The BOA decided to accept legal briefs outlining if the BOA has jurisdiction over this matter […]

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Kristle KLR appealing CUP denial to open “irrigation” facility and sell Lake Superior water

July 25, 2021 Barbara With ,On April 15, 2021 Herbster residents Kristle Majchrzak and her father Robert Glau were denied a conditional use permit (CUP) to bottle and sell water from a well on their land near Lake Superior. The permit was denied after the couple received no public support from any of the citizens […]

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BREAKING NEWS: Enbridge frack out on the Mississippi is toxic

July 23, 2021 Indigenous Environmental Network CALL the MPCA at 1-651-296-6300 and ask what they are doing about this: MPCA Confirms ‘Frac Out’ Spill at Fire Light Camp Site Contains Hazardous, Combustible Additive Plus Two Additional Spills MPCA confirms that Enbridge has contaminated the Mississippi River at least three locations this week just outside Itasca […]

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Enbridge begins drilling under the Shell River; Water monitors needed

July 18, 2021 Barbara With Video: Chelsea Fairbank Enbridge has begun drilling under the Shell River. River monitors reported activities crossing below a mussel bed in the river. Citizens are needed to monitor the waters, not just of the river, but of the many large tanker trucks that are being escorted around the area by […]

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DNR Pulled Enbridge Permits in Northern MN in June; Company continues to work

July 17, 2021 Barbara With On Friday, July 16, the Minnesota DNR released copies of the suspension of permits issued to Enbridge as early as June 22, including suspending their permits in the Mississippi River-Brainerd, Pine River, St. Louis, and Crow Wing watersheds. Meanwhile, water protectors who have been observing Enbridge activity say they appear […]

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July 24: Line 5 Water Protectors Gathering

Bad River/Chequamagon Bay Watershed, Copper Falls State Park Picnic, Walk and Water Activities Saturday July 24th, 2021 ALL DAY Sorta Schedule Late morning, early afternoon as you come to Copper Falls State Park, stop at “The Bench” at the end of the Public Easement Conservancy Walkway and Bad River, north of Mellen just across the […]

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Water Protectors gearing up for Enbridge drilling under the Shell River #stopline3

July 16, 2021 Barbara With On July 15, over 250 people gathered at the Shell City Water Protector camp to take a stand against Enbridge and their imminent plans to drill under the Shell River at five different locations. Protectors came from all across the country to occupy the easements to protect the river from […]

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White Earth Demands Justice from Minnesota, US Government; Stop Line 3

July 14, 2021 Barbara With On July 9, Raymond Auginaush, Alan Roy, Winona LaDuke and Frank Bibeau of the White Earth Nation came to the Minnesota State Capitol to speak directly to Governor Walz about stopping Line 3 and revoking the recent permission for Enbridge to use 10 times more water than originally permitted to […]

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Enbridge holding the Great Lakes hostage

July 8, 2021 By Barbara With Illustration by William J Krupinski Enbridge is holding the Great Lakes hostage. The Canadian foreign multi-national oil company is being enabled and protected by the State of Minnesota to take 5 billion gallons of our water as they rip their Line 3 across our forests and rivers, basically saying […]

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Minnesota’s Anti-Protest Bill Details

July 8, 2021Barbara With According to US Protest Law Tracker, in January 2021, Minnesota started introducing six new anti-protest bills about the same time water protector camps began forming in order to protect the water being threatened by Enbridge Line 3. In November 2019, Wisconsin Gov. Evers signed a controversial similar bill in his state. […]

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