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King of the Sunrise
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Interfaith Earth Keepers protect planet Earth

An environmental army is serving God across northern Michigan as over 400 volunteers at more than 140 churches and temples from 9 faith traditions participated in numerous projects that protect Planet Earth.

As environment ministers from about 190 countries struggle over a global warming treaty in Indonesia, the faith-based Michigan Earth Keeper Initiative is completing its fourth successful year.

The Earth Keepers have proven that every person can make a difference in their own community.

The faith communities involved with the Earth Keepers are Catholic, Episcopal, Lutheran, Presbyterian, United Methodist Church, Unitarian Universalist, Baha'i, Jewish, and Zen Buddhist

The November 2007 issue of Lake Superior Magazine honors the outcome of numerous Earth Keeper projects.

Earth Keeper projects involve more than 400 volunteers from nine faith communities with over 140 churches/temples and Native American tribes including the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community plus youth of all ages.

Earth Keeper Initiative volunteer media advisor Greg Peterson reports on another successful year cleaning the environment in northern Michigan and protecting Lake Superior.
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