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Lake Superior Day 2010: Day of prayer and fasting July 18 near Big Bay, MI for protection of Lake Superior, Yellow Dog Watershed, and Eagle Rock from grips of a sulfide mine

Lake Superior Day 2010 Under the Shadow of Eagle Rock: A Day of Prayer and Fasting July 18, 2010: Day of interfaith prayer and fasting for Lake Superior Day to Honor Eagle Rock, Lake Superior and praying for the protection … Continue reading

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Interfaith Earth Healing Initiative & EPA Great Lakes Challenge praised by Bishop Thomas Skrenes: “Every day is Earth Day”

EPA Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge: Lutheran Bishop Thomas A. Skrenes says – “We are all environmentalists” & “Every day is Earth Day” Lutheran Bishop Thomas A. Skrenes praises interfaith success of the EPA Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day … Continue reading

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Spirit of the Sturgeon: Menominee Indian Tribe of WI & Interfaith Earth Healing Initiative

(Keshena, Wisconsin) – The Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin contributed over 4 tons of electronic and pharmaceutical waste to the EPA Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge. This is the second of several videos explaining the numerous MITW projects including … Continue reading

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