Monthly Archives: April 2011

Quick Update on Bear Butte Rehearing

For anyone following the news about tomorrow’s rehearing on the permit to drill for oil near Bear Butte State Park in the Black Hills, we hear that the Rosebud Sioux,┬áLower Brule Sioux, Yankton Sioux, and Standing Rock Sioux tribes of … Continue reading

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Bear Butte National Historic Landmark at Risk from Oil Drilling

According to the National Park Service, Bear Butte (SD) is sacred to the Cheyenne as the place where Maheo (the Creator) imparted to the hero Sweet Medicine the knowledge from which the Cheyenne derive their religious, political, social, and economic … Continue reading

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Cool Congregations Comes to Muscatine, Iowa

Our friends at Iowa Interfaith Power and Light are holding a “Cool Congregations” workshop this Saturday in Muscatine, teaching locals about a pro-active, faith-based response to the challenge of global warming and signing people up for free energy audits from … Continue reading

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