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Juneteenth + #BlackLivesMatter

Bold believes unlikely alliances change the world. In this moment, we stand with Black folks and communities of color in their demands for racial justice and structural reforms. James Scurlock was 22 years old. He leaves behind a daughter after being shot by a racist bar owner in Omaha on May 30th, as he took […]
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Appeals Court Upholds Order Blocking Keystone XL Water Crossing Permit

Appeals Court Upholds Order Blocking Keystone XL Water Crossing Permit Ninth Circuit Rejects Push from Trump Admin, Industry to Allow Construction of Keystone XL and Other Oil and Gas Pipelines Through Waterways Amid Appeal San Francisco, CA — Today, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit left in place a district court […]
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Bold Nebraska’s Jane Kleeb Statement on TC Energy Decision to Continue Keystone XL Activity During Coronavirus Pandemic

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 31, 2020 Bold Nebraska’s Jane Kleeb Statement on TC Energy Decision to Continue Keystone XL Activity During Coronavirus Pandemic Hastings, NE — Bold Nebraska issued the following statement in response to TC Energy’s announcement to continue Keystone XL activity during the coronavirus public health pandemic: “Our rural and Tribal communities are […]
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Bold, Lawsuit Plaintiffs Submit Detailed Comment on Keystone XL to U.S. State Department

Along with the more than 7,500 public comments from citizens submitted by Bold Nebraska to the State Department’s draft environmental review for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline — including hundreds of handwritten letters and postcards sent by Nebraska farmers and ranchers who are landowners in the path of the pipeline — Bold signed onto a […]
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Vote for Bold: CREDO Nominates Bold to Receive Funding in November

 Bold has been nominated as one of three nonprofits to receive a grant from our friends at CREDO Mobile this month. CREDO Donations is giving away more than $150,000, but the amount that Bold receives depends on YOU. They divide up the money depending on the number of votes that Bold receives from our […]
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Submit a Comment to the State Dept: NO Keystone XL

Update: Local TV station KTVQ and the Williston Herald covered the rally and hearing in Billings on Oct. 30. I traveled to Billings, Montana today to stand in solidarity with landowners, Tribal Nations, and Water Protectors at a rally before the one and only public hearing being held by the U.S. State Department on the […]
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ACTION: Submit Comment on State Dept. Draft SEIS for Keystone XL

The U.S. State Department is now accepting public comments until Nov. 18 on a new draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) for TransCanada’s proposed Keystone XL pipeline project. Add your name to Bold’s public comment, or compose your own #NoKXL comment to submit to the U.S. State Department. (Note: We encourage affected landowners living on […]
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Register: Nov. 16 Meeting in Norfolk

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Landowners’ attorney Brian Jorde with Domina Law Group will provide a legal update, and answer questions from landowners who were recently served eminent domain condemnation lawsuits from TransCanada. Bold’s Jane Kleeb and Tom Genung from the Nebraska Easement Action Team (NEAT) will also discuss the State Department’s new draft Environmental Impact Statement for KXL, and […]
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Nebraska Landowners Pledge to Fight Eminent Domain Claims for TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline

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In response to TransCanada filing condemnation claims against Nebraska landowners, seeking to use “eminent domain” to seize their land against their will for its proposed Keystone XL tarsands export pipeline, Bold Nebraska responded: “There is simply no technical way, given the winter is coming soon — and no political way this pipeline will ever be […]
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CANCELLED: Nov.2 Ponca Sacred Corn Harvest

CANCELLED: Update Oct. 25th: We’re sorry to announce we must cancel this year’s Harvest of Sacred Ponca Corn event scheduled for next Saturday, Nov. 2nd. Due to climate-impacted Nebraska weather this year, the corn yield was extremely small. We’re all sad to miss our annual tradition and coming together on the Tanderup farm this fall. […]
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