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Herb sale in support of Wet’suwet’en Land Defenders

50% of monies from ALL Floreren Farm herb sales between now and when 2019 stocks sell out will be donated to the Unist’ot’en Camp Legal Fund.

Calendula, Bee Balm, Hyssop, Oregano, and more still available. Beautiful quality, ecologically grown herbs contributing to health and justice.

To view more details or to donate directly to the Unist’ot’en Camp Legal Fund go to:

This fundraising effort is carried out with consent from the Unist’ot’en fundraising team.

We are contributing to the ongoing actions of resistance, healing, and education of Indigenous communities by Indigenous communities. We participate in local actions, community organizing, and direct donations, such as this herb sale. We do this because we want to grow the parts of our society that respect democracy, that leave spaces for beauty and families to live, and that pass on practices that are healing in nature. We invite you to do the same in the creative ways that are appropriate to your context and relations. To amplify the words of the land defenders from Unist’ot’en, we share:

“We stand as witnesses to this historic moment when the federal and provincial governments, RCMP, and Coastal GasLink/TC Energy (formerly TransCanada) are openly violating Wet’suwet’en, Canadian, and international law.

Coastal GasLink/TC Energy is pushing through a 670-kilometer fracked gas pipeline that would carry fracked gas from Dawson Creek, B.C. to the coastal town of Kitimat, where LNG Canada’s processing plant would be located. LNG Canada is the single largest private investment in Canadian history.

Each clan within the Wet’suwet’en Nation has full jurisdiction under their law to control access to their territory. Under ‘Anuc niwh’it’en (Wet’suwet’en law) all five clans of the Wet’suwet’en have unanimously opposed all pipeline proposals and have not provided free, prior, and informed consent to Coastal Gaslink/ TransCanada to do work on Wet’suwet’en lands.

How can you, as a supporter, show your solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en and Unist’ot’en battle against industry giants?  What can you do to stem the tide of colonization and corporate greed usurping Indigenous rights?”

To learn more about supporting the Unist’ot’en Camp go to:


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