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MONTE DRAPER | BEMIDJI PIONEER About 24 members of the environmental group MN350 visited the encampment site where Red Lake residents are protesting Enbridge expansion. Shown left, MN350 members from the Twin Cities Terry Hokenson, Lois Norrgard and Terry Houlle view the section of pipeline that crosses into the Red Lake Reservation.

Environmental group leads tour to area oil sites

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BEMIDJI — The protest over the handful of acres of Red Lake Indian Reservation land is catching environmental activists’ eyes across the state.

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