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Al Gedicks, author and professor, has made it his mission to provide accurate scientific information regarding all types of industrial mining. In this clip he discusses the environmental, social and cultural implications of open pit taconite mining.
Grant Herman, retired Northland College professor, local business owner and board member of the Alliance for Sustainability discusses concerns, raises questions and talks facts about the proposed Penokee Hills iron ore mine. Part 2 and 3 of the interview with … Continue reading
April Stone~Dahl, local resident, reflects on the land and the close relationship she and her family have to it.
Cyrus Hester, Environmental Specialist for the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, describes potential environmental impacts of mining within the Bad River Watershed.
Mike Wiggins, Tribal Chair of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, voices concerns regarding environmental and cultural injustices and the impact these injustices will have on future generations.