In Eastern Nebraska, a group of farmers, ranchers and activists have banded together to try and stop the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline from running through their state. Headed by Jane Kleeb, Bold Nebraska has fought to keep the pipeline from cutting through 1700 miles of the state, threatening the farming water supply and putting many farmers and ranchers at risk of losing their livelihood in the event of a spill. Shot for the New York Times Magazine.
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 In Eastern Nebraska, a group of farmers, ranchers and activists have banded together to try and stop the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline from running through their state. Headed by Jane Kleeb, Bold Nebraska has fought to keep the pipeline from cutting through 1700 miles of the state, threatening the farming water supply and putting many farmers and ranchers at risk of losing their livelihood in the event of a spill. Shot for the New York Times Magazine.
In Eastern Nebraska, a group of farmers, ranchers and activists have banded together to try and stop the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline from running through their state. Headed by Jane Kleeb, Bold Nebraska has fought to keep the pipeline from cutting through 1700 miles of the state, threatening the farming water supply and putting many farmers and ranchers at risk of losing their livelihood in the event of a spill. Shot for the New York Times Magazine.
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