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March 3, 2013
Sneak Previews in Washington D.C. on March 23-24
Posted by: Toby McLeod

Please join the Sacred Land Film Project at the US Environmental Film Festival in Washington, DC, March 23-24. Director Toby McLeod, Co-Producer Jennifer Huang and Editor Marta Wohl will show sneak previews of the first two films of the Standing on Sacred Ground series

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October 1, 2012
Please Help Complete Our New Film Series!
Posted by: Toby McLeod

We are just a few months away from completing all four hours of our new film series, Standing on Sacred Ground. Your critically important, tax-deductible year-end donation will help! Please join our team and support protection of sacred lands and cultures. Donate today!

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June 13, 2012
Standing On Sacred Ground Screenings a Success
Posted by: Miriam Frank

In May, SLFP screened segments of the forthcoming Standing on Sacred Ground film series at the U.N. Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York and the annual conference and film festival of the International Funders for Indigenous Peoples.

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August 29, 2011
Winnemem Mapping Project
Posted by: Marlo McKenzie

In a workshop run by Eli Moore through a partnership with the Pacific Institute and the Data Center, the Winnemem Wintu learn here about GPS devices, setting waypoints and uploading the information to a computer so that they can record their history and protect their sacred sites.

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September 1, 2010
Alberta, Canada
Posted by: Marlo McKenzie

In August 2010, the team at Sacred Land Film Project traveled to Alberta Canada, the site of ¬†one of the world’s largest oil sands deposits and the place where more than half of the oil produced goes straight to the US. The booming industry provides employment in an area where jobs would normally be hard [...]

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April 1, 2010
Papua New Guinea
Posted by: Marlo McKenzie

Travel to Papua New Guinea with us here, to catch a glimpse of the people, the food and the land that is being reshaped by the forces of industry. Check out this blog by Director Toby McLeod for a first hand account of our production trip, February through March 2010, and the steep challenges facing [...]

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