New Warriors for the Earth is just one of many groups that have formed throughout the region in response to increasing threat to our Great Lakes.  We have included links to our coalition partners, tribal governments, regional news sources, and additional resources:

New! For news about mining companies listed on the London Stock Exchange or financed from London, see

New! For global mining news and comment, see

New! For information about who is funding what in the mining industry, see

Save the Wild UP:

Yellow Dog Watershed Preserve:

The Cedar Tree Institute: a healing spirit restoring a land and its peoples:

Flow for Water:

Save our Sky Blue Waters (Protecting Northern Minnesota’s Waters from Sulfide Mining):

Water Legacy (Addressing Polymet Mine in Minnesota):

Protect Our Manoomin:

Front 40 (Protecting the Menominee River from the Back 40 project):

Wisconsin Resources Protection Council (taking legal action against Rio Tinto for toxic pollution from the Flambeau Mine in Ladysmith, WI):

National Wildlife Federation: Sulfide Mining & the Great Lakes:

Sierra Club Michigan Chapter (Sulfide Mining in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula):

Michigan Environmental Council:

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality: Kennecott Eagle Project:,1607,7-135-3311_4111_18442-130551–,00.html

Stand for the Land: Defending Land and Water Rights in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula:

S.T.O.P. ‘Stop Toxins & Other Pollutants’:

Center for Health, Environment & Justice:

Lake Superior Mining News:

Woodland Road Info:

Headwaters News (Community Journalism for the Great Lakes):

Keweenaw Now News:

Mining Journal (publishes local news on the Eagle Project):

Mining Watch Canada:

Western Mining Action Network:

London Mining Network:

Keweenaw Bay Indian Community:

Bad River Band of Chippewa Indians:

Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa:

Bay Mills Indian Community:

Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians:

Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa:

Boise Fort Band of Chippewa:

Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa:

Little River Band of Ottawa Indians:

Little Traverse Bay Band of Odawa Indians:

Aamjiwnaang First Nation:

Serpent River First Nation:

Chiefs of Ontario:

Mole Lake Sokaogon Chippewa Community:

Forest County Potawatomi:

Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin:

Ho-Chunk Nation:

Duluth American Indian Commission:

Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission:

Chippewa-Ottawa Resources Authority:

1854 Treaty Authority:

International Indian Treaty Council:

North American Indian Treaty Database:

Indigenous Environmental Network:

Honor the Earth:

White Earth Land Recovery Project:

The Promised Land: Radio Interview with Winona LaDuke:

Native Action (A non-profit dedicated to Indian self-sufficiency):

Western Shoshone Defense Project:

Sacred Land Film Project:

Nandagikendan “Come seeking to learn”:

Eagle Condor Foundation:

Forum on Religion and Ecology: Introduction to Indigenous Traditions:

Mother Earth Water Walk:

Great Lakes Law:

Turtle Talk: the Indigenous Law & Policy Blog:

Northern Michigan University Center for Native American Studies:

Native American Rights Fund:

National Congress of American Indians:

National Tribal Environmental Council:

League of Conservation Voters:

Natural Resources Defense Council:

Joel Reynold’s Blog: The Pebble Mine & Rio Tinto:

Our Bristol Bay (Resistance to the Pebble Mine in Alaska):

Nunamta Aulukestai – Caretakers of the Land (Alaska Native Village Corporations in the Bristol Bay Region of Alaska):

Earth Justice:

Advisory Council on Historic Preservation:

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Environmental Justice:

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 5 (Great Lakes):

United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues:

US Human Rights Network:

Indigenous Peoples Issues & Resources:

Cultural Survival:

Under Rich Earth (Mining, Human Rights, and Resistance in the Junin Community of Ecuador):

The One Justice Project (The Campaign to End Crimes Against Future Generations):


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