Sacred Stone Camp has an Amazon Wishlist here: https://www.amazon.com/registry/wishlist/196PVIWRDX1M4
And, a supply list here: https://sacredstonecamp.org/supply-list
Also, we are still collecting supplies & provisions for our Lakota brothers and sisters at Standing Rock & Red Warrior Camps defending our water rights in the No Dakota Pipeline Access Zones in Cannon Ball, ND.
**We are NOT accepting clothing at this time. All bedding, blankets, sheets, pillows, etc, need to be laundered and contained in a plastic bag that is tied shut, or in a box that is taped shut.
Please drop off supplies & provisions between the hours of 9am and 8pm. Go to the Northwest entrance of the building and drop off your donations there. There will be signs.
Our Lakota friends from Pine Ridge, Rosebud, Wounded Knee, etc. and friends have been protecting our water rights on the Missouri River since April 1, 2016. The Standing Rock Dakota Oil Pipeline Project has been invading their territory since April 3, 2016. There are over 3,000 people there right now standing strong, including myself and Jack.
The Keystone Pipeline got stopped but somehow very few are aware that this is happening in North Dakota. WHEN a spill or leak happens it would affect one of the world’s largest aquifers that over 18,000,000 people of all races, creeds and religions rely on for their family’s drinking water. The builders, Enbridge, are trying to push forward action to build a pipeline across and beneath the Missouri River in several places. They are also in violaton of ancient sacred land treaties with the Lakota people. When a spill happens, and we know it will as it has on all other such pipelines as this one, the devastation to the Missouri River will be irreversible.
Stand with our people…listed below are the supplies needed.
Water, Food, Blankets, Tents, Sleeping Bags, Warm Clothes, Socks, All Camping Gear, Medical & Hygiene Supplies, Lights, Batteries, Nails, hammers, axes, chainsaws, plastic serving gloves, rope, towels, cots, solar showers, folding tables and chairs, lanterns, generators, propane, long skirts for ceremony all sizes, bedmats, scissors, 4’X5′ red fabric, ribbon 2″X1″, needles & pins, thread, activities for children (school supplies & books, chalk, flowers, solid & polkadot fabric), glue sticks, hand crank wash machine.
Media/Communications Equipment and more: https://www.sacredstonecamp.org/supply-list/
Please drop off items at Unity from between the hours of 9am and 8pm daily.
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For more information, please call 303-442-1411.
We are truly grateful for your support and solidarity in this fight to protect our Water and the Water rights of All Our Relations!