Take water, for example. Every life form on Earth requires H2O, animal or vegetable. We can make more people, more money, more weapons, but we can’t make more water.
The three major watersheds in the United States just happen to be in Minnesota. This Minnesota state map delineates the three major watersheds of the United States that happen to lie within Minnesota state boundaries. The Continental Divides delineates where water flows north, south, or east, shaped by geography and glacial melt. Water is governed More
the Mississippi gorge, from the confluence of the Minnesota and Mississippi rivers upstream to the falls now called St. Anthony, is the only true river gorge on the entire 2,350-mile length of the great river.
The Hum of the Blood of the Earth after Pare Lorentz By Susu Jeffrey Water roaring over rocks in Dakotah, Min-ne-rah-rah the sound of the falls discovered by Father Hennepin whilst a prisoner of native people hard limestone overlays sand stone Big River More
Photo: ridhamuslim.blogspot.com We Speak for the 70 Percent by Susu Jeffrey We speak for the 70-percent. Our bodies are 70 percent water. The surface of the earth is 70 percent water. We are the water people on the water planet. If you could wring out a rock you'd get water. Water is the More
First it was tea. Then it was salt. Now it’s sand. Anti-frac sand activist Steve Clemens being arrested. (Rise Up Times, originally published in the Winona Daily News) PopularResistance.org February 18, 2014 Originally published on WagingNonviolence.org Successful nonviolent action often hinges on fusing the transcendent with the everyday. While it frames the struggle in visionary terms like More
When Law Becomes An IdolBy Steve Clemens Feb. 3, 2014 MinnonistaRelated Galleries> Photo Gallery: Frac Sand Protests (4/29/13) Thirty-five people were arrested for trespassing during a large protest against frac sand Monday morning staged at two separate locations in Winona. April 29, 2013Day 1 of Frac Sand Trial in Winona, MN"I don't have an opinion about More