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    Archive — clean water

    Oppose Mines & Federal Forest Giveaways in Minnesota

    Proposed nickel-copper-sulfide mines threaten the rivers, Lake Superior, wildlife, and the Chippewa native communities.   Over 1,000 acres of wetlands would be destroyed, and the fish and  wild rice  would be threatened.  Also, oppose a land swap of federal national forest to become state land that would primarily logged and mined for profit without concern for wildlife, fish, forest, or recreation.  Check out Friends of the Boundary Waters to learn more!

    Posted on April 16, 2015

    Featured shirt: Water is Life

    Water is Life T-Shirt Design

    All livings things on earth require water. But the supply of potable water in the world is decreasing at an alarming rate. Disasters like the recent West Virginia toxic chemical spill, along with agricultural, industrial, and military pollution, continue to contaminate one aquifer after another. This design by artist Ruben Saufkie reminds us that caring for earth’s water supply is of paramount importance to all life on earth.

    Currently available in:

    • Men’s Organic (brown)
    • Men’s Heavyweight (brown)
    • Women’s Organic Relaxed Fit (brown)
    • Men’s Organic Longsleeve (brown)

    Purchase here

    Would you like to see more designs like this? Or perhaps the same design in a different color or style? Let us know in the comments below!

    Posted on February 22, 2014

    Crowdsourcing Help for the Pollution in WV

    Clean water delivery

    West Virginia is in a state of emergency. Water is poisoned in nine counties due to the toxic chemical spill that occurred on January 9.

    WV Clean Water Hub is a place where citizens can help and get help by posting offers or needs for clean water. Please share this resource with anyone you think might be affected.

    Feel free to post your thoughts and stories of this disaster in the comments section below. How can we ensure this does not happen again?

    Posted on February 21, 2014