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Sunday
Dec042016

Join Forces with Mill City Farmers Market Vendors to Help Send Firewood to Standing Rock!

Help send a truck load of Oak to Standing Rock!  

Mill City Farmers Market vendor Arie Peisert of Northern Fires Pizza is working with other Market vendors to help the peaceful protesters in the stand against the Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock. A fund has been set up to purchase a truck load (or loads) of firewood to be delivered directly to the Sacred Stone Camp.

The intent is that this will be an efficient and focused way for us all to best stand with the people at Standing Rock and fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

NEED TO RAISE ASAP: $4,130 for each truck load (22 cords) of firewood.

Sacred Stone Camp at Standing Rock is comprised of people who are "dedicated to stopping and raising awareness to the Dakota Access pipeline, the dangers associated with pipeline spills and the necessity to protect the water resources of the Missouri river". As they prepare for a long, cold winter on the North Dakota plains, firewood is the number one donation needed.
 
Arie has worked with a reliable, family owned firewood company who will deliver 1 truck load of wood (22 cords) directly to the Sacred Stone Camp for $4,130.
1 cord of wood = $165 / 22 cords = $3,630
Delivery fee = $500
100% of the funds donated on this site will go directly to the purchase of the wood and the delivery fee, helping to support the people who are working to fight the Dakota Access Pipeline. All additional funds will be directly donated to Sacred Stone Camp.
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