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Mother of the Superfund: Love Canal fighter and environmental warrior Lois Gibbs speaks in Marquette, MI Friday, Oct. 15, 2010 at Northern Michigan University

Fighting Evil Corporations Love Canal fighter Lois Gibbs speaks in Marquette on October 14, 15, 16, 2010 Environmental warrior and Love Canal fighter Lois Gibbs visits Marquette, as the Upper Peninsula faces its worst pollution crisis in history with the … Continue reading

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Over 12,000 trees planted across northern Michigan in early May 2009 by U.P.EarthKeepers; as project ends forest fires destroy thousands of trees

Over 12,000 trees planted by Northern Michigan interfaith EarthKeepers during early May across 400 miles of northern Michigan and Minocqua, Wisconsin Raging forest fires underline importance of planting trees Earth Day 2009: First tree planted and blessed by northern Michigan … Continue reading

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