A few articles by and about WNPJ members

Al Gedicks and Dave Blouin wrote articles for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and the Lacrosse Tribune to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the grassroots victory of a diverse grassroots coalition over the controversial  mine project in Crandon, Wisconsin. Both articles draw parallels to the current mining controversy over mining in the Bad River watershed. Al Gedicks is executive secretary of the Wisconsin Resources Protection Council, a WNPJ member group, and winner of the 2013 WNPJ lifetime achievement award.

Green burial film hits close to home: The film, "A Will for the Woods" tells the story of Clark Wang, whose desire for a green burial led to the establishment  of a green cemetery in North Carolina. The film will be shown in Madison Sunday, December 10 at 3 pm at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art. A discussion will follow the film, led by Kevin Corrado, coordinator of the Natural Path Sanctuary, a green cemetery near Verona, Wisconsin. Doug Moe, The Wisconsin State Journal, 11/1/13. The Natural Path Sanctuary is a project of the Linda and Gene Farley Center for Peace, Justice and Sustainability, a WNPJ member group.