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Rock faces and boulders bearing figure carvings called petroglyphs were scratched or dabbed with paint, the United States Forest Service said.
The event marks the first time all four of the living Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Chairmen will participate in a public conversation together.
Please join us on Thursday, April 15th at 2 pm (EST) for a historic, live conversation about renewable energy with ALL four of the living Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Chairmen of the last 40 years.
Dozens of countries are backing an effort that would protect 30 percent of Earth’s land and water. Native people, often among the most effective stewards of nature, have been disregarded, or worse, in the past.
The conflict abated in March when the Canadian and British Columbian governments opened negotiations with the Wet’suwet’en over their land claims. But conflict could erupt again without warning.
Standing Rock Chairman Mike Faith was one of a few leaders to attend the meeting with President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris via Zoom last Friday.
The Anpetu Wi wind farm needs your support
Anpetu Wi (“morning light”) will be the single largest revenue source for Standing Rock, which we plan to reinvest into future projects and Standing Rock as a whole. We need your support to ensure this wind farm remains owned and operated by the people of Standing Rock for generations to come.
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$208,739.61 raised toward our goal
Funding for Anpetu Wi will be used to complete pre-development studies, operationalize the SAGE Development Authority management organization, and prepare for full project development in order to make the wind farm a reality for Standing Rock, as a critical step toward self-determination, now and into the future.