We are honored to invite all of our friends to join us on Saturday, September 23rd for the harvesting of the Ponca Sacred Corn, on Ponca Nation land situated with the Tanderup family farm — the land where ancestors crossed the Ponca Trail of Tears. Mekasi Camp first had the dream to bring the Ponca […]
Thousands of impacted landowners, Tribal Nations, individual counties, cities and other communities across the U.S. have voiced major concerns about the terrifyingly large gaps in regulations on pipelines carrying carbon dioxide (CO2). Right now, developers are proposing a significant number of new interstate CO2 pipelines that would cross Midwest states including Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, […]
> > View photos and videos from the event on Facebook < < We and our hosts the Tanderup family, and members of the Ponca Nation, are honored to invite all of our friends to join us this year on Saturday, April 29th for the Tenth Annual Planting of Sacred Ponca Corn, on Ponca Nation […]
Bold Alliance published an updated version of our Nebraska Landowner and County Leader Guide to Carbon Pipeline Risks in December 2022. The updated Guide includes: About the Nebraska Easement Action Team (NEAT) landowners’ legal co-op & FAQ Maps of proposed carbon pipeline routes in Nebraska Top 8 Reasons to Oppose Risky Carbon Pipelines “The Gassing […]
Originally published by Paul Blackburn for Pipeline Fighters Hub The ill-fated Keystone Pipeline has spilled yet again. On December 7, the pipeline leaked near Washington, Kansas, resulting in a spill of at least 14,000 barrels – over 500,000 gallons – of tarsands, benzene and other unknown chemicals into nearby land and waterways, the largest US oil […]
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