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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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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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Quakers, Faith and First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March

This video is about some of the ways faith played a role during the First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March, a 94 mile March along the route of the Dakota Access pipeline in central Iowa. The transcript of the video is … 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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Final Day of the First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March

Eighth day.  September 8, 2018.  Walk 12.4 miles from Otho to the end of the march at Fort Dodge, Iowa. It was cold when we awoke this morning at 6:00 a.m. and broke camp in the dark. I didn’t want … Continue reading

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Seventh Day of the First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March

Day 7, September 7, 2018.    11.7 miles from Dayton to Otho, Iowa. Yesterday evening the solar panel unit was set up because there wasn’t any electricity available in the park. It was cool when we broke camp, but a … Continue reading

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Sixth Day of the First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March

Day 6. September 6, 2018.  9 miles from Pilot Mound to Oak Park in Dayton, Iowa. Day 6 of the First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March began with another awesome breakfast by Lyssa Wade. As we were waiting to start walking … Continue reading

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