There is an urgent call to support the Red Lake Treaty Camp in Minnesota Line 3 where Enbridge is moving in heavy machinery to prepare drilling at Red Lake River without a required tribal monitor present. Indigenous leaders have been exercising their treaty rights there to oppose the construction activities. They received notice this morning from the state that the camp may be evicted by the end of the day.
- Show up at the Red Lake Treaty Camp, answering the call to help them move the camp (see Taysha Martineau’s livestream). See information on how to get to camp here. Stay tuned for more information.
- Call on Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan and Gov. Tim Walz to demand that activities be stopped until Enbridge can adhere to their legal requirements – 651-201-3400
- Call, email Margaret.Anderson.Kelliher@state.mn.us, or tweet @MAKMinnesota at MNDOT Commissioner Margaret Anderson Kelliher 651-366-4800 asking her to reconsider evicting the Red Lake Treaty Camp.