Rosebud Sioux Tribe Public Hearings on Keystone XL: May 28-29

The Rosebud Sioux Tribal Utility Commission will hold a public hearing on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 28-29, 2019 at the St. Francis Indian School gym in St. Francis, S.D. The hearing is open to all members of the public to provide testimony, both Native and non-Native. The hearings will […]
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Environmental, Landowner Groups Urge Court to Reject Trump’s Newest Keystone XL Pipeline Ploy

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, April 24, 2019 Environmental Groups Urge Court to Reject Trump’s Newest Keystone XL Pipeline Ploy Court Should Continue Blocking Fossil Fuel Project Despite New Permit San Francisco, CA – Environmental and landowner organizations today urged the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to maintain the prohibition on construction of the Keystone XL […]

Sixth Annual Ponca Corn Planting + NoKXL Crop Art Installation

UPDATE: Due to a scheduling conflict that would have prevented our Ponca relatives from Oklahoma from joining us, we must move this event’s date to Saturday, June 8th. (Volunteers still needed to assist with the NoKXL Crop Art on June 7 & 9). We apologize for any inconvenience for those who were signed up for […]

TransCanada Bullying Keystone XL Landowners With False Eminent Domain Threats, “Subordination” Bank Letters

Nebraska landowners on the proposed Keystone XL route who have not signed easement contracts to sell their land for the pipeline received letters in February, threatening that TransCanada would take them to court and sue to take their land via eminent domain if they did not “respond to this offer before April 2” — even […]

Statement on Trump Keystone XL Proclamation

“In the face of historic flooding in Nebraska and South Dakota, the Trump administration issues another proclamation attempting to shove a risky tarsands pipeline down the throats of farmers and ranchers currently facing devastation,” said Jane Kleeb, Bold Nebraska founder. “Instead of helping the Heartland, Trump is driving a stake through the hearts of family […]

Nebraska Floods: How to Help Tribes, Farmers & Ranchers Recover

Friends, We are witnessing the aftermath of devastating floods here in Nebraska, where 65 counties and 74 cities have declared a state of emergency — no doubt a climate change-fueled combination of a blizzard followed by rapidly melting snow and torrential rains. [1] The storms have claimed several human lives, along with hundreds of thousands […]

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We mobilize unlikely alliances to protect the land and water.

Bold Nebraska is best known for our work with an unlikely alliance of farmers, ranchers, Tribal Nations and citizens to stop the risky Keystone XL pipeline. We work on issues including eminent domain, clean energy, small family farms and lifting up small businesses who represent the Good Life with our Made in the Neb project. You can find us in the streets, corn fields and in the State Capitol standing up for property rights and standing with citizens as we work to protect the land, water and climate.