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March 21, 2012
Read Our Latest Sacred Site Report, Celilo Falls in Oregon
Posted by: Amberly Polidor

Our latest sacred site report, by SLFP colleague Sean Cruz, tells the story of a sacred waterfall, submerged beneath a dam reservoir some 50 years ago. The falls’ structure, however, remains intact, and native tribes and their allies hope it may one day be recovered.

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February 7, 2011
New Sacred Site Reports Feature Native American & Celtic Christian Sites
Posted by: Amberly Polidor

The new year has just begun, and we’ve already posted two new sacred site reports. One tells the story of Native Californian sacred sites that are hidden in plain sight throughout the Bay Area and of the struggle to protect them

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March 10, 2010
Read Our Latest Sacred Site Report, California’s Sutter Buttes
Posted by: Amberly Polidor

Rising like an island in the center of California’s Sacramento Valley, the Sutter Buttes figure prominently in the traditional creation and afterlife stories of the Maidu and Wintun peoples, whose ancestors once lived within view of this small mountain range. In the 19th century, European settlement and the imposition of private property rights severed the [...]

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January 18, 2010
New Sacred Site Reports Feature Borneo, China and Mongolia
Posted by: Amberly Polidor

Monks in China and Mongolia are taking a spritual approach in confronting modern threats to Buddhist and Daoist sacred mountains, while in Malaysian Borneo, one of the world’s last nomadic tribes fights to save its traditional rainforest lands from logging, hydropower and oil palm plantations.

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December 2, 2009
Check Out Our Latest Sacred Site Report
Posted by: Amberly Polidor

The Ramunangi of northern South Africa — traditional custodians of Phiphidi Waterfall, a small cascade that is central to the clan’s relationship with ancestral spirits — have been engaged for decades in a struggle to protect their sacred site from tourism and infrastructure development. Subjugated during the country’s apartheid era to the power of larger, [...]

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October 29, 2009
Read Our Latest Sacred Site Report Updates
Posted by: Amberly Polidor

In recent months we’ve been hard at work bringing some of our older site reports up to date, and we’re pleased to report that a few of these sacred sites have come a step closer toward preservation

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September 4, 2009
Read Our Latest Sacred Site Reports
Posted by: Amberly Polidor

Over the past month we published one new and three fully updated sacred site reports—featuring locations in the Himalaya, California and Nevada—which we invite you read

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August 2, 2009
Read Our Latest Sacred Site Reports
Posted by: Amberly Polidor

In June and July, we published one updated and two new sacred site reports—featuring locations in Malaysia, Bulgaria and Arizona—which we invite you read

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June 4, 2009
Read Our Latest Sacred Site Reports
Posted by: Amberly Polidor

Over the past month, we’ve published three new sacred site reports—featuring locations in Japan, Colombia and Afghanistan—which we invite you read

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December 24, 2003
Check Out Our New Map: Sacred Places Around the World
Posted by: Toby McLeod

Our next film will feature struggles to protect sacred places in countries around the world. As part of our initial research and development, we are expanding our project focus to include site reports on some of the well known sacred places around the world. Additional lesser known site profiles will be appearing regularly in the [...]

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