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Coalition Spring Forum

More Precious than Gold: The Battle to Stop the Back Forty Mine, a movie produced by Mark Doremus

Great Food/Raffle*/Speakers
Silent Auction/Time & Talent Auction

*Two Henry rifles (.22 Golden Boy and .44 Mag “Big Boy”

Speakers: Dr. Al Gedicks, WI Resources Protection Council
David Blouin, Wisconsin Sierra Club

Meet our attorney, Ted Warpinski

Sponsored by the Coalition to SAVE the Menominee River, Inc.

Send donations to CSMRI, PO Box 475, Marinette WI 54143

Fundraiser Training

Allison Werner of River Alliance, Madison, has offered to come up and train un in fundraising methods and practices.

Coalition Directors and interested volunteers are invited. There is no cost for the seminar. Please attend to help us meet our financial goals!

Back 40 Mine Awareness Night

Join us at the Swan Club in De Pere to learn about the latest news and developments regarding the Back 40 Mine.

The proposed Back 40 Mine on the banks of the Menominee River represents one of the largest threats to fresh water in the country. Though the mining company in question was granted its operating permits (some conditionally), the fight to stop it from becoming a reality is far from over. Many have asked where exactly this proposed mine is in the process. Join us this evening along with our friends from the Coalition to Save the Menominee River to hear the latest updates and find out what you can do to contribute to the cause.

The evening will entail:

  • Guest speakers from the Coalition to SAVE the Menominee River
    • Coalition Attorney Ted A. Warpinski
    • Dr. Al Gedicks, Wisconsin Resources Protection Council
    • Dale Burie, President, Coalition to SAVE the Menominee River, Inc.
  • Live auctions!
  • Raffle
  • Merchandise: t-shirts, yard signs, etc.
  • Meet-and-Greet Cocktails
  • Plenty of chances to donate!

Questions? Contact Tight Lines:
Tight Lines Fly Fishing Co.
1534 Mid Valley Drive
De Pere, WI 54115
920-336-4106
tytlinez@aol.com

Native American Heritage Day – MOVIE

The Peninsula Pulse, in cooperation with the Village of Egg Harbor, celebrates Native American Heritage Day on Friday, Nov. 23, with a showing of the musical documentary Rumble, introduced by Richie Plass, Menominee and Stockbridge/Munsee (drummer since 1964, former Wisconsin Public Radio host, published poet and author, and first recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Indian Summer Music Awards in 2013).

The Coalition will be participating in this event. We will have a merchandise table, hand out brochures, and continue our efforts to educate the public about the dangers of the proposed Back Forty mine.