Winona LaDuke: Return to Rice Lake
Anishinaabe celebration welcomes runners honoring — and protecting — the sacred manoomin
It’s Rice Lake Village on the White Earth Reservation – at the site of the mother lode of wild rice, Lower Rice Lake. Lew Murray stands in front of the gathering — about 200 or so people.
Native hemp farming, opportunity to lead New Green Revolution
Academics join Winona LaDuke and other Indigenous innovators to forge carbon-friendly economy
This fall, when we bring in the sheaves, they will be of hemp. Then we’ll have a harvest hoedown to follow up.
'Honor the Earth' vs. Enbridge Line 3 Oil Pipeline
Hundreds rally to oppose project in northern Minnesota that threatens climate, native wild rice and pristine sacred waters
“This would be like ripping out the heart of the Anishinaabe people,” said Sarah LittleRedfeather, Anishinaabe graphic designer, referring to Enbridge’s Line 3 Replacement tar sands oil pipeline. “To us, that water is life. It’s a being and a spirit.”