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At the bottom right of any of the N3C website pages is now a link that will take you directly to the N3C Facebook page. This will allow you much more flexibility getting between the sites. Go ahead....give it a shot. Also, don't forget to "Like" the website too...it let's us know you are thinking
 
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Boonedocks
Where all of the fun happens........
Claudia Schmidt
She'll hate us for saying it, but she is an icon! An incomparable performer, if you have a chance to see her, don't miss it!
Robin Lee Berry
A Northern Michigan treasure. Well, not just Michigan. She's a treasure. Period.
Chris and Susan Skellenger
Chris, long a fixture in the Leelanau County music scene, and his wife, Susan, have thrown their considerable talents and efforts into teaching folks to grow crops for consumption in a few corners of this troubled world. They are trying to smooth the rough edges. This is their mission statement:
"To provide services, equipment, and personnel to organizations that are dedicated to combating poverty in developing countries - especially those teaching sustainable forms of subsistence agriculture to the world's poorest people."
Visit their sight, go to the fundraisers, and, as you take your next bite at dinner, think of how you can help them see this noble mission through!!
Chris and Susan - "Long May You Run!"
Earthwork Music
"The Earthwork Music collective believes in the intrinsic and historical power of music to raise both community and self-awareness and serves to facilitate and encourage original music in the state of Michigan and beyond."

Seth Bernard is the heart and Daisy May is the soul! We have enjoyed being a part of their "Fall Classic" each September. Check out the artists. Check out the music. Catch an act. This is music that has a place and time - here and now!!
The Ark
"Dedicated to the enrichment of the human spirit since 1965"
Save The Wild UP
"Sulfide mining, like that of the Yellow Dog mining project, may create potentially irreversible environmental damage to the region and lasting health ailments to area residents." -US Representative Bart Stupak

Andy McFarlane made us aware of this issue and site. Be sure to click and listen to Daisy May's song "A Letter From Downstream." All three of us have paths directly back to the UP. Its preservation is something we value.
The Leland Report
A daily dose of life in the little finger captured by the impeccable Keith Burnham. If you're homesick for the north, just give it a click.
Broadjam
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