Welcoming Congregation: Contact Dave Watkins, Amlan Mukherjee, and Rolf Swanson

Guest at Your Table: Contact Chuck Young

Crop Walk:  Cropwalk (Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty)  is organized by  Barry Elizabeth Fink  Speak to her about walking with the KUUF group.

Green Sanctuary Application 2011  Read more

Green Sanctuary Called Congregational Meeting Presentation and Vote 8-9-2015  Read more

Green Sactuary Certification Application  In Progress

Green Sanctuary Action Projects

Stone Soup:  Celebrations - Rhianna

Green Worship Series: Minister

Green Sanctuary Bookgroup: Linda Belote

Forum on Green Living/Green Tours:  Carol Ekstrom

Seeds, Bulbs, Beautifying Our Space: CHESTNUT TREES! ?
chestnut article
chestnut recipe
another chestnut article
chestnut poem

Expanding Recycling In Our Comunity:   Sherry Zoars 

Recycling Resources Recycle/Reuse Keweenaw 

Weatherization:  Janeen Stephenson

Habaitat for Humainity: Janeen Stephenson

Green Film and Lecture Series:  Joan Chadde and Carol Ekstrom

Gardening: Mary Kuure & Barry Fink

Local Food Potluck: Celebrations Rhianna Williams

      UU Forum Mining Series : Linda Belote

      Dare to Share: Jane HIltunen

Ongoing Environmental Programs

Adopt a Highway: Susan Hooker

Renting Shared Worship Space 

Grandparents' Lending Closet: Mary Kuure.
There is a list of things that members offer to loan to anyone with visiting children. If you have something to add to the list speak to Mary Kuure damakuure (at ) 

Fair Trade Products Do Make a Difference
Over 60% of UU congregations participate in the Equal Exchange Fair Trade project, according to Sherry and Tony Zoars, making UU the largest of the ten participating denominations. Last year, proceeds from Fair Trade sales at UU congregations like ours nationwide netted $15,441.58 for the UU Service Committee's Small Farmer Fund, according to the Zoars. The fund supported Women Making Change in Kenya and United We Heal the Earth on the border of Uganda and Kenya. These projects help to conserve the environment and support sustainable agriculture, assist young girls, and provide youth education on nutrition. In addition, our fellowship received a small dividend from the sales, amounting to $278.55 in 2012. Fair Trade products, including a new product, cocoa, will be on sale after services throughout November. They make wonderful stocking stuffers and hostess gifts for the holidays.

Additional Information

Environmental Policy Presentation  2012

Mining Information

News Coverage and materials from Mining Forums: Mining Presentation by Keweenaw Bay Indian Community, March 10, 2013
Mining Presentation by Jim Ludwig Ecotoxicologist, Reclamation, April 14, 2013
Mining Presentation by Bob Wheeler, Americans Ancient Industry, Aug. 11, 2013 - members can contact Bob to borrow the DVD.
Green Tours: Carol Ekstrom
Churning Rapids Green Living Presentation
Local Energy Choices and Costs Presentation, Sunday September 14, 2014