Protest Sabal Trail & Dakota Access pipelines at Suwannee River Crossing ~~ A WWALS event

You are invited to protest Sabal Trail and the Dakota Access Pipeline this Tuesday 5:30 PM! News media are invited. Walk with signs along the bluff to the proposed Sabal Trail Suwannee River HDD crossing, or paddle downstream and back.

"We aim to get pictures and video of people on the bluff, beach, and river at the same time demanding the Army Corps re-evaluate its permit for Sabal Trail just like its permit for the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). Both pipelines should be canceled: keep it in the ground!

This WWALS Outing is part of the #NoDAPL Day of Action — Tuesday Sep. 13, tying the Dakota Access oil Pipeline to the Sabal Trail fracked methane pipeline through their ownership by the same companies. This outing is also a followup to the Waterkeeper Alliance letter in support of the Standing Rock Sioux against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). The Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is going to re-evaluate its permit for DAPL, and it should do the same for its permit for Sabal Trail, because USACE also did not properly evaluate evidence including a hydrology report organized by Bobby C. Billie, one of the Clan Leaders and Spiritual Leader, Council of the Original Miccosukee Simanolee Nation Aboriginal Peoples."



4 thoughts on “Protest Sabal Trail & Dakota Access pipelines at Suwannee River Crossing ~~ A WWALS event

  1. My name is Corrinne Sully. I am a member of the Sicangu Lakota Oyate (the Rosebud Sioux Tribe) currently residing in St. Petersburg. Many of my relatives are water protectors in Standing Rock. I would like to help your cause in any way. I am also trying to start a collection of winter apparel to send to Standing Rock (things like gloves, socks, stocking caps and scarves). Please contact me at your earliest convenience. My number is 7274398284.
    Mitakuye Oyasin (we are all relatives)

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