Keep Supporting Standing Rock and #NoDAPL, Without Washington


The Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) was approved by the Army Corps of Engineers and the new administration. It will stretch 1,172 miles from the Bakken oilfields in North Dakota to Patoka, Illinois and carry 570,000 barrels per day of crude to refineries across the U.S. By now you’ve heard of it and maybe also about the protesters, who call themselves “Water Protectors,” […]

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Restoring a Native Population (our Oct. 2011 green-biz interview)


“Currently, the Great Plains are dominated by cattle and by industrial farming, which are not sustainable,” says Mark Tilsen, co-founder of Native American Natural Foods. “These practices drastically reduce biodiversity, while grazing activity by buffalo actually encourages it. Industrial agriculture increases soil erosion, while the natural prairie grasses that buffalo prefer hold the soil in place.” To help restore the […]

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