The Dakota Access Pipeline: What Would Sitting Bull Do?

Every major pipeline project in North America must cross indigenous lands, Indian Country. That is a problem.The road west of Fargo is rarely taken. In fact, most Americans just fly over North Dakota, never seeing it. My head clears as I drive. My destination is the homeland of the Hunkpapa Oceti, Standing Rock Reservation. It is early evening, the moon full. If you close your eyes, you can remember the 50 million buffalo—the..
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single largest migratory herd in the world. The pounding of their hooves would vibrate the Earth, make the grass grow.
There were once 250 species of grass. Today the buffalo are gone, replaced by 28 million cattle, which require grain, water and hay. Many of the fields are now in a single GMO crop, full of so many pesticides that the monarch butterflies are dying off. But in my memory, the old world remains.
If you drive long enough, you come to the Missouri River.

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