Bakken Pipeline

Efforts to stop the Bakken Pipeline continue, as landowners, farmers, tribes, environmentalists and climate activists join forces to make the case that our water, land, property rights and planet can’t bear the inevitable fallouts of an oil pipeline.

In March and April of 2015, Ed Fallon walked 400 miles following the path of the proposed Bakken Oil Pipeline. He walked from the southeast corner of Iowa to the northwest corner, meeting with landowners and others to talk about the importance of respecting farmland and the imperative to stop the expansion of fossil-fuel infrastructure projects. Read daily accounts of his Walk elsewhere on the Fallon Forum website. You can also keep track of continued efforts to stop the Bakken Pipeline on Ed’s Facebook page and through regular email updates.

Efforts to stop the Pipeline continue. Read about them on this website, or “like” the Bold Iowa Facebook Page.

To review daily blog posts from the beginning of Ed’s Pipeline Walk, click here.

5 thoughts on “Bakken Pipeline

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  3. Lacey

    Hej igenNÃ¥r man tester videnskabeligt for kemi i tøj sÃ¥ arbejder man med grÃÃvsen¦¦rdier. SÃ¥ “fri for det og det kemiske stof” vil oftest betyde at det er under de grænseværdier som loven (baseret pÃ¥ videnskabelig forskning og ikke modefænomener) stiller op.Mange hilsnerSanne

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  4. versicherung gebäudeversicherung

    “Are you saying that tearing a contract up has no effect at all?As a deliberate act of destroying evidence it may have some evidence-related effects, but it generally doesn’t have an effect on the validity of the contract.”Well that makes the end of Goonies a lot less happy.

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