Protecting Gichi-Ojibwe-Gami-Zibiing from PolyMet Pollution
Join us in celebrating and honoring Gichi-Ojibwe-Gami-Ziibing (the St. Louis River), the largest tributary to Gichi-Ojibwe-gamiing (Lake Superior). Hear an update on the PolyMet sulfide mine and learn how it threatens our waters and indigenous communities. Find out how to take action, participate in the Kinship of Rivers project, visit the Water Bar, enjoy live music and locally made food.
Age: All Ages
Sat. Sep. 7 4-7pm
604 Chestnut Ave.
Carlton, MN 55718
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