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January 19, 2007

Connecting Flight


After wrapping up a Northern Plains Regional staff meeting on January 12, Montana Sierra Club organizer Bob Clark ran into Native American activist Winona LaDuke at the Billings airport and they flew together to Missoula, where LaDuke was sharing the stage with the musical duo the Indigo Girls and local folk singer/activist Amy Martin (above left, with Indigos) for a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day "Honor the Earth" fundraiser. They talked, exchanged cards, and after Clark e-mailed her an update on the Club's energy efforts in the state legislature, she slipped him two VIP tickets for that evening's show, during which an audience member asked LaDuke about energy and coal-bed methane development. LaDuke gave a thorough, informed answer, and concluded by urging people to contact the Sierra Club. Hey, thanks for the plug.


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