Who is involved?

The Gichi-gami Gathering to Stop Line 3 is a collaborative effort of MN350, Sierra Club, Minnesota Interfaith Power and Light, Power Shift Network, Seek Joy, and Northfield Against Line 3. If your organization would like to support the efforts of this event, please fill out this form. 


Is this event family friendly?

Yes! All parts of this event (the rally, march, and Gichi-gami Gathering) are organized to be accommodating and welcoming to families. 


Is this part of the Global Climate Strikes?

Yes, the Gichi-gami Gathering is the end of a week of solidarity actions with the youth. We encourage you to attend a Climate Strike in your community on Friday, September 20th. Learn more about the climate strikes and find one in your community on their website


What about the weather?

Duluth weather is unpredictable this time of year, so dress warm and in layers. Bring rain gear. We're stopping Enbridge rain or shine!

Are dogs welcome?

We kindly ask that you leave your canine companions at home for this event.

Will there be vendors?

Yes! There will be a variety of local artists selling their work, so bring cash not plastic.


I heard there will be live screen printing

Yes! Please bring a t-shirt or fabric to print.

Are there overnight accommodations?

The buses coming from both the Twin Cities and Wisconsin will be returning the same day and will not be spending the night in Duluth. However, if you're not on the bus and are interested in camping, here are some sites we recommend: Fond du Lac Campground, River Place Campground, Spirit Mountain Camping, Buffalo Valley Campground, Indian Point Campground

Where can I park?

Parking space will be limited so if you are coming from the Twin Cities or Wisconsin we encourage you to take the bus. However, if you would like to drive we've marked where you can park on the map below.

What is Line 3?

Line 3 is a tar sands oil pipeline proposed by a Canadian energy corporation, Enbridge. It would pump tar sands, the world’s dirtiest oil, from Alberta to Superior, crossing Ojibwe treaty land, wild rice lakes, and the headwaters of the Mississippi River. It would have the climate change impact of 50 coal power plants. To learn more, visit this website and come on the 28th!