Author: Mark Hefflinger

Nebraska Landowners, Tribal Nations, Rejoice as TC Energy Says Keystone XL Pipeline is Terminated

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TransCanada is still suing Nebraskans for their land. Donate now to support their fight. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 9, 2021 Nebraska Landowners, Tribal Nations, Rejoice as TC Energy Says Keystone XL Pipeline is Terminated Landowners still face ongoing eminent domain litigation with easements not relinquished by TC Energy; Pipeline Fighters, Water Protectors vow to continue until all equipment […]
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Stop Costco’s CAFO Chicken Factory Plant Near Raymond, Nebraska School

Give now: Your gift MATCHED to support Nebraska families’ legal fight to stop Costco’s CAFO chicken factory 1 mile from their high school — up to $5,000. UPDATE 5/28/21: Nebraska landowners who sued Costco won a victory in court, after a Lancaster County judge rejected the corporation’s permit to operate a gigantic new chicken factory […]
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2021 Eighth Annual Sacred Ponca Corn Planting in the Path of Keystone XL

Again in 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, a much smaller crowd than usual gathered for this year’s eighth annual planting of sacred Ponca corn — on Ponca Nation land situated with the Tanderup farm near Neligh, Nebraska — that crosses the Ponca Trail of Tears and proposed path of the Keystone XL pipeline. Joining […]
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Mead Town Hall: Concerned Locals, State Environmental & Ag Groups Host Discussion on AltEn Ethanol Plant Pollution

**YouTube LiveStream Video of the Mead Town Hall will post here to this page at 7:00 p.m. on April 12** FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 2, 2021 Contact: Mark Hefflinger, Bold Nebraska, mark@boldnebraska.org Mead Town Hall: Concerned Locals, State Environmental & Ag Groups Host Discussion on AltEn Ethanol Plant Pollution April 12 event at Mead Covenant […]
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Nebraskans React to News of Keystone XL Pipeline Rejection on Day One of the Biden Harris Administration

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 Nebraskans React to News of Keystone XL Pipeline Rejection on Day One of the Biden Harris Administration Hastings, NE — President Biden announced on Wednesday officially that he will rescind the cross-border permit for the Keystone XL pipeline on Day One of the Biden-Harris Administration. An unlikely alliance of farmers, ranchers, Indigenous leaders, and […]
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Nebraska Courts Find Recent Changes to Keystone XL Pipeline Route May Require New State Approval

“There remain questions of material fact whether the condemnation actions filed herein follow the Commission’s approved Alternative Route, or whether there are substantive changes to the Alternative Route that require re-application to the Commission… Due to possibility of withdrawal of presidential approval for the TransCanada project, and in the interest of conservation of judicial resources, […]
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WATCH: Indigenous Women’s Groups Livestream on Missing & Murdered Relatives + Pipeline Mancamps

Indigenous Women’s Groups Host Livestream from “Tiny Home Warriors” at Nation’s Oldest Native Women’s Shelter to Raise Awareness on Increased Missing & Murdered Associated with Pipeline Construction Livestream from White Buffalo Calf Women’s Society in Mission, S.D. on Dec. 10 will include masked and socially-distanced participants at the solar-powered “Tiny Home of the Ihanktonwan Homelands” […]
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Bold Nebraska Delivers Over 10,000 Public Comments Opposing Keystone XL Pipeline Water Permit Applications to U.S. Army Corps in Omaha Today

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Oct. 13, 2020 Bold Nebraska Delivers Over 10,000 Public Comments Opposing Keystone XL Pipeline Water Permit Applications to U.S. Army Corps in Omaha Today NoKXL coalition including Sierra Club, NRDC submits total of over 63,000 comments opposing KXL permits to Army Corps and state agencies in NE, SD, MT Omaha — Bold […]
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