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"We must protect the forests for our children, grandchildren and children yet to be born.
We must protect the forests for those who can't speak for themselves such as the birds, animals, fish and trees."

~  Qwatsinas (Hereditary Chief Edward Moody), Nuxalk Nation

Arizona Snow Bowl should go green not gray,
Gray water for snowmaking vs. following nature’s laws




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Six Year-Old Indian Delaney Tyon is Nastar National Ski Champion

“I won the gold because everyone helped me,” said 6 year-old Oglala-Sioux, Delaney Tyon, at Nastar’s National Ski Championships,
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Sedona Fights to Save Starry Skies -by enlightening leaders not to put up 76 light poles (If you just used one photo of the US from outer space on the promo page maybe one could see what is was.

Why Sedona Residents are enlightening leaders about alternatives to erecting 76 light poles.

Sedona Becoming Hope for Winter Olympics and Youth
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Care and Feeding Page

Since the Dawn of Man, our ancestors of this magnificent abundant planet honored ...


Messages from Water book cover Page

Dr. Emoto's work with water beautifully illustrates the healing power of love and gratitude.


Biodiesel Spotlight Page

Mother Earth and future generations breathed a sigh of relief as Biodiesel Leaders, Willie Nelson and Morgan Freeman ...


Big Bear Medicine Wheel Page

Big Bear Community brought Bennie "Blue Thunder" LeBeau to assist in ending their 5 year drought.

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Native Wind Powering America

Indian Tribes in the nation’s heartland are involved in an unprecedented effort to harness the inexhaustible wind resources of the Dakotas for renewable power.


Winning Back the West

By Harvey Wasserman

Wind Farm Native Americans are looking to wind for a brighter future Across the Great Plains and the western United States, Native Americans are preparing to harness wind as a clean and potentially lucrative source of energy. Harvey Wasserman looks at what is not only a means to economic development for these communities, but also a way of regaining their independence.


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