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The bus or vans will depart on Wednesday, November 2nd at 8am. We will return in the evening on Sunday, November 6th.
MN350 and NOC are committed to climate justice -- keeping fossil fuels in the ground and transitioning to a just, renewable energy economy -- and to the honoring of treaty and indigenous rights. No pipeline is safe for water, land, communities, and climate.
The system will let you enter a discount code during the checkout process. Enter the code that corresponds with the ticket price you want to pay:
Outbound trip details -- Wednesday, November 2 (all times approximate):
Return trip details -- Sunday, November 6 (all times approximate):
This trip will either be in a coach bus or in vans, depending on vehicle availability. We expect this bus to fill to capacity, so please register right now if you wish to travel with us.
GEAR: Winter camping supplies are required -- it's cold in ND this time of year. If you don't have supplies yourself, please check within your friend or family networks to see if you can borrow cold weather camping equipment. If you do not have equipment or any means to access any, we may be able to connect you with a very limited supply of donated or loaned equipment, although this is likely to be less comfortable for you.
We are asking bus riders to strongly consider participating in nonviolent direct action while at the camp. Depending on circumstances at the camp and personal choices by attendees, it is possible that attendees could risk arrest in this setting, although there is no expectation of that on the part of MN350 and NOC.
We hope to see you on the bus!