Living harmoniously with the Earth and giving thanks for all of creation are fundamental to the Onondaga Nation. This leads them to advocate for environmental protection and restoration throughout their traditional territory and beyond.

  • Onondaga Lake

    The Haudenosaunee Confederacy was formed on the shores of Onondaga Lake over a thousand years ago. The lake continues to play a central role in the spiritual life of the Onondaga Nation. Just north of Syracuse, Onondaga Lake is one of the most chemically-polluted lakes in the world.

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  • Hydrofracking

    NOON has been working with allies across New York to advocate a total ban on hydrofracking in the state. In January, 2013, thousands of protesters called for a ban at Governor Cuomo’s State of the State address in Albany.

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