Tag: Art Tanderup

Nov. 2: Ponca Sacred Corn Harvest

Join us on Saturday, Nov. 2nd for the Sixth Annual Harvest of Sacred Ponca Corn “Seeds of Resistance” that the Cowboy & Indian Alliance planted on Ponca Nation land that lies in the path of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, that also crosses the historic Ponca Trail of Tears. The farm just north of Neligh […]
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Giant Message to Trump Etched into Nebraska Cornfield: “No 45” + “No KXL”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 12, 2019 Giant Message to Trump Etched into Nebraska Cornfield: “No 45” + “No KXL” World’s largest crop art message to Trump unveiled Wednesday in 33-acre field on the Tanderup farm was created by volunteers with artist John Quigley Neligh, NE — A gigantic message to President Trump, etched into a […]
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Sixth Annual Ponca Corn Planting + NoKXL Crop Art Installation

*VIEW PHOTOS FROM THE SIXTH ANNUAL SACRED PONCA CORN PLANTING* This year, we’re combining our sixth annual planting of Sacred Ponca Corn on land inside the proposed Keystone XL pipeline route with the chance to help create a gigantic new NoKXL crop artwork — all on the Tanderup Farm, and now, formally-deeded Ponca Nation lands […]
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Help Create a New NoKXL Crop Artwork in a Nebraska Cornfield

Help create a new crop artwork on the Tanderup farm! Volunteers needed: May 17-21 Bold Nebraska has the chance to team up again with Nebraska farmer and Pipeline Fighter Art Tanderup, and artist John Quigley to create a gigantic new #NoKXL crop artwork in Art’s cornfield in Neligh, Nebraska. We want to create new crop […]
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In Historic First, Nebraska Farmer Returns Land to Ponca Tribe Along “Trail of Tears”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 11, 2018 Contact: Mark Hefflinger, Bold Nebraska, mark@boldnebraska.org Larry Wright, Jr., Ponca Tribe of Nebraska, 402-540-7122, ldwrightjr@gmail.com In Historic First, Nebraska Farmer Returns Land to Ponca Tribe Along “Trail of Tears” June 10 ceremony near Neligh, NE included Ponca Tribe of Nebraska Chairman Larry Wright Jr., Nebraska landowner Art Tanderup, Ponca Nation of Oklahoma […]
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Pipeline Fighter & Farmer Art Tanderup Honored With Earth Day Lifetime Achievement Award

Art Tanderup — a Nebraska farmer and retired teacher and union rep. — as well as Pipeline Fighter, Water Protector, Ponca corn-planter, solar booster, tractor–crop–artist, Washington Monument reflecting pool-wader, and host of the famous “Harvest the Hope” #NoKXL benefit concert with Neil Young and Willie Nelson — was honored at this year’s Earth Day Omaha […]
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Sacred Ponca Corn Planted in Path of Keystone XL for Fourth Consecutive Year

Mother Nature gave us an awesomely bountiful day on May 21st for the fourth year of planting the Sacred Ponca Corn on Art and Helen Tanderup’s farm near the Ponca Trail of Tears and in the path of the proposed Keystone XL tarsands pipeline. Click here to view all photos from the Ponca corn planting […]
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Bold’s Jane Kleeb and Nebraska Farmer Art Tanderup Talk Keystone XL on MSNBC

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Bold Alliance president Jane Kleeb and Art Tanderup, the Nebraska farmer who hosted the “Harvest the Hope” #NoKXL benefit concert featuring Willie Nelson and Neil Young, appeared on MSNBC’s “AM Joy” on Saturday, Jan. 28 to discuss President Trump’s actions to attempt to fast-track the Dakota Access and Keystone XL pipelines. WATCH: Bold’s Jane Kleeb […]
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Nebraska Farmer Art Tanderup Shares His Story of Fighting the Keystone XL Pipeline

WATCH: Art Tanderup, a farmer and #NoKXL Pipeline Fighter speaks about the landowners’ legal and political strategy, and the unlikely alliance that formed to fight TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline, which threatened his family’s land that also lies on the historic Ponca Trail of Tears, near Neligh, NE. (Thanks to Marty Steinhausen for video production!)
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Oct. 8: Help Harvest the Sacred Ponca Corn in Neligh

Join us on Saturday, Oct. 8 for the third annual harvest of Sacred Ponca Corn “Seeds of Resistance” that the Cowboy & Indian Alliance planted on land that lies in the path of where the Keystone XL pipeline would have gone, that also crosses the historic Ponca Trail of Tears. Bring a rock from your […]
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