Bad River Chairman Mike Wiggins extends an invitation for the entire Iron County, Wisconsin Board of Supervisors to attend an up-coming Feb. 3, 2015 Joint Mining Impact Committee meeting on the Bad River Ojibwe Reservation. In doing so, Wiggins apologizes for past critical remarks and promotes the idea that as a region, the Bad River Tribe and Iron County need to work together in order to overcome issues of employment and technology in the northwoods of Wisconsin.
 
Welcome to the HELP (Harvest Education Learning Project) 2015 update with some video of past and current events.  Don’t forget that on Saturday February 28th, 2015 around noon there will be a second anniversary Tree Tapping Feast and Ceremony conducted by Bad River Ojibwe Elder Joe Rose Sr. at HELP.
 
Join IndianCountryTV.com on the Red Cliff Ojibwe Reservation for three days of discussion, perspectives and potential ideas for alternatives to Mining.

Join us Wednesday January 7th (REBROADCASTING BELOW)

Thursday January 8th, (REBROADCASTING SESSIONS BELOW)

Friday January 9th, discussion with elders. (REBROADCASTING)
 
An afternoon class and a second evening general presentation.

Afternoon Session
 
By Kimberlie Acosta
News From Indian Country

Brothers, Niizhoo Sullivan, 10, and Preston Sullivan, 7 got the honor to sing for President Barack Obama at the opening of the 2014 White House Tribal Nations Conference on December 3rd, 2014.
 
IndianCountryTV.com correspondent, Kimberlie Acosta talking with Shane Davis, a fractivist from Colorado.
 
Meet Winona LaDuke, Paul DeMain, candidate for Wisconsin's 29th Senate District, Barb With a founder of Wisconsin's Media Cooperative along with Moderator Rebecca Kemble on Wednesday October 8th, 2014 for a screening of the 371 Production for Al Jazeera America Fault Lines and their documentary on "Wisconsin's Mining Standoff" the battle for the Penokee Range of Northern Wisconsin. Rebroadcast HERE on this video module below that can be embedded, shared and linked to you website or Facebook account.
 
IndianCountryTV.com correspondent, Kimberlie Acosta talking with Winona LaDuke of Honor The Earth. Winona is a Harvard educated Economist from the White Earth Ojibwe Reservation talking about the fight to keep extractive fuel industries from damaging the environment.