Last year, the resistance camp known as the Sacred Stone Camp burst onto the global stage with its historic effort to stop the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline. Today, the camp, now known as the Sacred Stone Village, continues to stand with a variety of projects from supporting other resistance camps, to planting trees, helping youth, to building renewable resource technologies. Continue reading
From August 12th- September 2nd, Indigenous youth will embark on a 250-mile long canoe journey to draw attention to the proposed Tar Sands pipeline Line 3. Continue reading
Ft. Yates Standing Rock Sioux Tribe – From July 6th – 7th, the Sacred Stone Camp hosted the Mni Wiconi Water is Life Youth Festival at Sitting Bull College. The festival featured music, arts, films and workshops. Continue reading
Hello everyone, I’ve written up a plan to help water protectors who feel they may have been exposed to various poisons including herbicides, pesticides, surfactants, tear gas, pepper spray, etc. Please pass this around to anyone you feel might have concerns about exposure. Continue reading
Tonight is a night magically alight with stars and snow. This winter night is strangely surreal, yet wonderfully beautiful. From where I lay a cloud of misted breath rises to mingle with icy white flakes.
In our Evergreen city, we are usually perpetually soggy, damp, and gray. We seem forever drenched in the damp and drizzly rain. It is rare to see a truly hot stretch of summer days, or to experience the kind of snow that blankets the grayness in the purest pristine white. Continue reading