Landowners’ Radio Ad Exposes Dangers of CO2 Pipelines with 911 Call from 2020 Explosion

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Oct. 3, 2022 Contact: Mark Hefflinger, Bold Alliance, mark@boldalliance.org Landowners’ Radio Ad Exposes Dangers of CO2 Pipelines with 911 Call from 2020 Explosion Chilling audio exposes carbon pipeline dangers to human life, livestock, as well as CO2’s ability to stall vehicles, endanger first responders Hastings, NE — The Easement Action Teams LLC […]

2022 Ponca Sacred Corn Harvest (Oct. 16)

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View photos of the 2022 Ponca Corn Planting on Facebook.  We are excited to invite all of our friends to join us again this year on Sunday, October 16th for the Ninth Annual Ponca Sacred Corn Harvest. The annual gathering happens on Ponca Nation land and the Tanderup farm near Neligh, Nebraska — we are […]

Landowner and County Leader Guide to Carbon Pipeline Risks

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Bold has released a new handbook, “Landowner and County Leader Guide to Carbon Pipeline Risks,” which will be available at upcoming meetings of the Nebraska Easement Action Team (NEAT), and is also available for download here. The guide contains information on the risks of carbon pipelines, and sample county ordinance language that can be presented […]

Exposed: Carbon pipeline’s foreign ties & investors (Saudi, S. Korea)

Thanks to the due diligence of an Iowa farmer, the shady partners and foreign investors of the proposed carbon pipeline companies seeking eminent domain across the Midwest are starting to be exposed. Dakota News Now broke the story, after a landowner uncovered the details and submitted them to the Iowa Utilities Board, one of the […]

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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.