Check out this Olympia page on the Earth Wisdom Foundation's Pacific Northwest Medicine Wheel site.
It could be easy to assume that because there is quite a bit of tribal and city information pasted in that those entities somehow approve, sponsor, or support the Earth Wisdom Foundation's activities here locally.
But if you look more closely you can see that the text is indeed a copy and paste job from several sources. My hope in pointing this is out is that folks will analyze the message and resist easy assumptions.
The debate over how we read, perpetuated largely by media insiders, is starting to seem like little more than a distraction from the real problem: We have access to more information than ever, yet we do not know what to do with it. We are desperately information-illiterate.
Shelf Life: Information Overload is an excellent article with a magnificent solution to info-illiteracy: Talk with a public librarian. In our area talk with one in person or through the Timberland Regional Library Ask A Librarian service.
If you've never or rarely used a public library, don't fret, the staff is friendly and skilled. Ask questions.