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Echo Valley Farm Bakery opening up!

Opening for the 2021 season! The bakery will be open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 9 am to 4 pm through October. Enjoy the bread, cookies, scones, pie, granola bars, coffee, tea and so much more...See you soon! E14604 Cty Rd F, Ontario, WI 

April, May, June 2021 Newsletters of WNPJ member groups

 

Madison Rafah Sister City Project - Madison has window/yard signs available!

If you are interested in getting a sign, please contact: rafahsistercity@yahoo.com

Eye on the Environment! Al Gedick's Video on Dam Safety in WI, MI, Brazil and the Back Forty

This 5 minute video discusses dam safety from western Wisconsin to Michigan, Brazil and the proposed Back Forty tailings dam next to the Menominee River.       

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M089bmle35o   

DNR Seeking Public Comment On Proposed Non-Metallic Mine Reclamation Plan Guidance by May 28th

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) today announced it is seeking public comment on its proposed Non-Metallic Mine Reclamation Plan Guidance.

The DNR created this guide to aid local and county governments and mine operators across the state in developing mine reclamation plans.

Summer internships available in Milwaukee with WAVE

 

Do you know any talented young people (ages 14-21), who are passionate about spreading peace and preventing gun violence? Please encourage them to apply for WAVE's 2021 (paid!) virtual summer youth peacebuilding and violence prevention internship in Milwaukee!

Rise Up! Protect the Water * News from the Treaty People Gathering in N Minnesota -

    

Rise up. We rise together for treaties. We rise together for climate. We rise together for our water. We rise together for one another. As Enbridge builds Line 3 through Anishinaabe treaty land and the Mississippi Headwaters, we continue to stand strong in our resistance.

Peace poetry contest

Deadline for entries July 1, 2021. Poetry has a way of moving us past facts and immersing us into an experience. The Barbara Mandigo Kelly Peace Poetry Awards encourages poets to do just that. There are three age categories: Adult, Youth 13-18, and Youth 12 & Under.

The annual contest is open to people worldwide. Poems must be original, unpublished, and in English.

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