Camps A Rising supports camps in Minnesota and Michigan. These camps serve as peaceful witness to the activities along the fossil fuel pipelines.
Anishinaabek Camp – Shutdown Line 5 is located below the Mackinaw Bridge in lower Michigan.
A camp for all Water Protectors. A place to gather in unity and solidarity with all Anishinaabek.
Camp Michipeshu is located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in St. Ignace
WATER PROTECTORS – Camp Michipechu Is Near The Straits Of Mackinac / “Center Of The Fresh Water World”
Camp Turtle Island is located on the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota.
Grandmas for Clean Water are Anishinaabe volunteers who travel Minnesota, supporting Water Protectors and educating those they meet about water issues. Whenever there is a call to protect Minnesota’s water, they are present providing everyone with incredible homemade foods, the core of which is Minnesota’s wild rice.
Protecting the Protectors To protect the goodness in humanity, as we see it. Onsite medical and personal support for indigenous traditional and cultural education, actions, and activities.