This is the fourth anniversary of the First Nation-Farmer Climate Unity March that occurred September 1-8, 2018.
One of the main goals of the March was to create a community of native and nonnative people who began to get to know and trust each other. I’m in the process of writing about the many things that happened as a result of this March. That is taking a while since so much has happened. While I continue that, I thought I’d review some of what happened during the March.
The First Nation Farmer Climate Unity March website contains extensive stories, photos, and videos.
You can view the Introduction here: https://firstnationfarmer.com/2020/04/02/introduction/
Following are stories about the first night before leaving and the first day of the March.
First Night and Iowa Utilities Board Event
Day 1 Sept. 1, 2018 Des Moines – Ankeny 13.3 miles
|First Nation – Farmer Climate Unity March: Day 1|
|The March Begins|
|First night’s forum at the Griffieon Farm|