Tag: Art Tanderup

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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Help Plant “Seeds of Resistance” Against the Atlantic Coast and Mountain Valley Fracked Gas Pipelines

We’re planting “Seeds of Resistance” to help grassroots communities who are fighting Big Oil and working to protect our land, water and climate. Donate to spread the “Seeds of Resistance” Thanks to all who donated to help us surpass our first fundraising goal of $3,000, and also to the Solutions Project’s Fighter Fund for making this […]
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Nebraska farmer leaders in Keystone XL battle call for 100% clean energy for all

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 12, 2016 Contact: Jane Kleeb, Bold Nebraska 402-705-3622, jane@boldnebraska.org Nebraska farmer leaders in Keystone XL battle call for 100% clean energy for all Massive “crop art” installation carves clean energy message into 80-acre cornfield Neligh, Nebraska — Nebraska farmers and ranchers, who made international headlines standing up to the Keystone XL pipeline, joined […]
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June 4: Help Plant the Sacred Ponca Corn

PHOTOS: View photos from the June 4th Ponca Corn Planting on Facebook. Join members of the Cowboy & Indian Alliance to help plant this year’s crop of sacred Ponca corn — the third consecutive crop of Ponca corn to be planted on the tribe’s ancestral homeland in Nebraska after a 137-year absence following the tribe’s forced […]
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