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Offline educatedindian

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Rainbow Gathering in Wisconsin
« on: June 22, 2019, 02:05:25 pm »
Posted warning on FB.

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The Rainbow Family coming to Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. The Rainbows got mad at me for telling Real Natives about their intended location so I'm going to keep doing it.

Wisconsin bands affected:
Bad River, Red Cliff Lac Courte Oreilles:

This is coming to your land at the end of the month!
Please notify any tribal members that you know in Northern Wisconsin

Thousands expected in Wisconsin
https://www.superiortelegram.com/news/article2603933.ece

https://www.apg-wi.com/…/article_66b8c6fc-91e1-11e9-9614-b3…

There will be a Town Hall Meeting this Saturday, June 22, 2019

LOCATION: Uncle Bob's Bowling Center 68290 S Main St Iron River, Wisconsin 54847

TIME: 4 p.m.

Interesting SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: Anyone under 21 will need to bring a parent or guardian.

It looks like the main spot will be in Bayfield county near the town of Delta and near Sand Lake or Canthook Lake in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest.

Directions posted this morning:
From Duluth, Minnesota, take US-53 S to US-2 E to Iron River, Wisconsin (42 miles). From Iron River, Wisconsin, take Road “A” 8.5 miles. Turn left on Halfway Road (Forest Service Road 231). Continue 2 miles. Turn left on Musky Lake Road (Forest Service Road 411). Continue 1 mile. Turn left on Canned Hook Road (Forest Service Road 412). Look for parking options within the next three miles. Park with all four tires off the road. Duluth, Minnesota will be the closet major transportation hub.

The environmental impact of 20,000 people on a few square miles is as follows:

The Environmental impact to the area has been estimated:
23.14 tons of feces
22,222 gallons of urine (82.74 tons)
120 tons of trash
6 miles of compacted soil
18,900 tampons (0.87 ton)
3840 diapers (0.48 ton)
1/2 ton of soiled toilet paper
937.5 gallons of used toothpaste (3.26 tons)
937.5 gallons of soap (3.26 tons)
3,750 gallons of bleach (13.03 tons)
151.2 pounds of cigarette butts (0.06 ton)
1.82 tons of animal feces
Over 6 days, the Rainbows will deposit around 249.16 tons of waste in the Santa Fe National Forest.
That’s almost 250 TONS of WASTE deposited in pristine wilderness.

Not to mention massive amounts of drugs and registered sex offenders looking for a place to hide out from the law.

Please notify any tribal members that you know in Northern Wisconsin.

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