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First Nation-Farmer Unity Website Just Opened

Readers of this blog are familiar with me sharing my experiences on the First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March. Participating on the March was one of the most significant things I’ve done in my life for a number of reasons, which … Continue reading

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Alton’s Photos from First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March

When some of us were fortunate to be able to get together in April for a reunion of the First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity Marchers, Alton and Foxy Onefeather mentioned they had photos from the March, and were willing to share … Continue reading

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First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity Marcher Reunion

One of the main goals of the First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March, where a group of about 50 Native and non-native people, and one dog, walked along the path of the Dakota Access Pipeline from Des Moines to Fort Dodge, … Continue reading

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Alton’s Photos from First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March

When some of us were fortunate to be able to get together in April for a reunion of the First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity Marchers, Alton and Foxy Onefeather mentioned they had photos from the March, and were willing to share … Continue reading

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QEW and First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March

QEW is the abbreviation for Quaker Earthcare Witness. One of the things QEW does is publish the newsletter Befriending Creation. Following is a link to the latest issue which includes short stories Peter Clay and I wrote about our experiences … Continue reading

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Reflections on the First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March

The First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March involved a group of about thirty native and non-native people walking, eating, and camping together for 8 days. We walked 94 miles from Des Moines to Fort Dodge Iowa, along the route of the … Continue reading

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First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March Begins

The First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March began on September 1, 2018. I’m looking back on that now, September 20-21, 2018. I had no idea then how trans-formative the March would be, in many different ways. I think most of us … Continue reading

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First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March and Faith

Before this story finally gets to the March itself, I wanted to try to express some of the ways faith played a role in our journey. I’m sure there were many people, of many faiths who supported us. For example, … Continue reading

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First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March – Preparation

As I’ve recently written my interest in participating in the First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March seemed a logic next step for a series of life experiences related to environmental activism and beginning connections with Native Americans. Having just retired from … Continue reading

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First Nation – Farmer Climate Unity March Introduction

Here is the promo video for the First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March: Landowners who had their property taken by force for the Dakota Access Pipeline have joined with the Iowa Sierra Club in a lawsuit against the Iowa Utilities Board … Continue reading

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