Water is Life #7 - Defending Clean Water in the Penokees (7:52)

Take a walk into the Penokees with Paul DeMain (Skabewis) as he climbs up the crest with wild onions on his breath, checking on the Onion Garden of the Giants and ancient trails dated back to over 1,500 years ago.
This is the site of the proposed world's larges open pit mine that will, once commenced, dig a 22 mile long, one mile wide, and 1,200 feet deep ore pit, (once they have removed the overburden like me from it) and impact the entire Bad River watershed and aquifers that flow north into the Bad River Ojibwe Reservation of Wisconsin and their rice beds in the Kakagon Sloughs of Lake Superior. 

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