Please Please Please !!!
Support the northern Michigan Earth Keeper Initiative & Zaagkii Project by voting through August 30, 2009
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Please vote for Rev. Jon Magnuson’s environment projects in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
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Even 1 vote is appreciated.
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We realize this is asking a lot – thank you so much.
Thank you so much.
Greg Peterson, news reporter and volunteer media advisor for the EarthKeepers & Zaagkii Project
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The interfaith EarthKeepers planted twelve thousand (12,000) trees across northern Michigan for Earth Day 2009 thanks to over 100 churches/temples from 12 religions.
During past Earth Day projects, the EarthKeepers have recycled or properly disposed over nearly 400 tons of waste including cellphones, computers (and related equipment), printers, car batteries, poisons, pesticides, oil-based paint, pharmaceuticals and much more.
The Zaagkii Project:
Jan Schultz of the U.S. Forest Service discusses Zaagkii Project with Native American college student.
This summer Native American youth and at-risk teens are repairing the ecosystem along a Lake Superior beach, built dozens of Mason Bee houses including some to be placed at the U.S. National Gardens in D.C., Native American teens this month are helping build a greenhouse for native species plants on the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community reservation.
Last summer the teens built dozens of butterfly houses for migrating Monarchs.
EarthKeepers were featured in inside front cover of Tikkun Magazine:
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