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Jeffrey: Neither the state, nor a unit of metropolitan government, nor a political subdivision of the state may take any action that may diminish the flow of water to or from Camp Coldwater Springs.
Coldwater: The new history “We begin history here in 1820,” John Anfinson said in a KFAI radio interview. By Susu Jeffrey Southside Pride September 2012 Chief of natural and cultural resources for the National Park Service (NPS), Anfinson is the architect of the Coldwater Park redux. In 1820, U.S. soldiers took possession of Coldwater Springs […]
Pe’ Sla Sacred Grounds on Development Auction Block By Georgianne Nienaber (about the author) August 14, 2012 opednews.com “As the wind breaths out of Wind Cave in my face, I am reminded of the creation of humans and my own small place in this magnificent world.” ~~Winona LaDuke writing at Washun Niya The sale is perfectly “legal,” […]
Reflections on Coldwater Written after the final Minnehaha Creek Watershed District (MCWD) meeting regarding the determination of Wetland A at Coldwater Springs. Development is not necessarily improvement: that attitude is a 19th century/20th century intellectual construct. We are now in the 21st century, and a new construct that recognizes that development may be a curse […]