The Interfaith Earth Healing Initiative (EIHI) is an Interfaith environmental project for the Great Lakes basin in cooperation with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA).

The Interfaith Earth Healing Initiative is sponsored by the non-profit Cedar Tree Institute in Marquette, MI and is collaborating with the EPA, cities, landfills, groups, state/local governments across the Great Lakes Basin to promote the Great Lakes 2008 Earth Day Challenge - and to help arrange interfaith and Native American volunteers and participants.

All faith traditions, religions, minorities, tribes and other Indigenous peoples are encouraged to volunteer for and/or participate in the projects in your area. United States EPA Great Lakes National Programs Office grants are helping to fund this event across eight states in the Great Lakes Basin.

Major Website Re-design

January 17, 2009

Interfaith Earth Healing Initiative has recently gone through a major site re-design and is still in the process of being updated. Please bear with us during this time. We hope you enjoy the new look as well as the enhanced features.


Lake Superior Day 2008

July 4, 2008

Make your Lake Superior Day plans now: July 20, 2008 celebrate the world’s largest, cleanest freshwater lake – annual event sponsored by Lake Superior Binational Forum, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Environment Canada



Rain Forest Adventure

June 3, 2008

Free Rainforest Adventure environment morning bible camp open to all children ages 3-13 on June 23-27 2008 at Marquette First Presbyterian Church

(Marquette, Michigan) – A jungle treehouse, singing, acting in a play, environment lessons that include Lake Superior and helping a Peru drinking water project are among the numerous fun activities planned for children this month during the free week-long Rainforest Adventure bible camp in Marquette.

The morning bible camp is entitled: "Rainforest Adventure: A Tree Top Bible Blast!"