Friends of Land of Keweenaw                                            
P.O. Box 213, L’Anse, MI 49946

Please join us for the  FOLK Annual Meeting, Tuesday, October 25 at 6:00 PM the KBIC Ojibwa Senior Citizen Center.*
The meeting will inaugurate a new chapter in FOLK’s efforts to  protect and preserve the ecological integrity of the Lake Superior Watershed. 
Brief Business meeting  
Presentation of new FOLK initiative:  
FOLK Mining Education and Empowerment Project:  Assessing the risks and benefits of new mining in the western Upper Peninsula.

Presentation by Frank Koehn  
Old and New Mining in the Lake Superior Basin:  Time for a Unified Regional Response  

About Frank Koehn
Frank Koehn is a northern Wisconsin activist .  He has been active in environmental, treaty rights and human rights causes including opposition to the Crandon and White Pine mines, support of Ojibwa treaty rights, and support for the proposed Seventh-Generation Amendment to the US Constitution.  He is currently one of the leaders of the Penokee Hills Education Project which is resisting the mining of taconite iron ore in the Penokee Hills. He lives in Ashland, Wisconsin.

Refreshments will be served