Bayou Bridge – Let’s Keep Fighting

Have you heard the news?The Trump administration took action to try to fast-track the construction of the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline and Dakota Access oil pipeline.Millions of people have shown their opposition to these pipelines, and it’s up to us to make sure these projects do not happen.Two weeks ago, we stood together against the Bayou Bridge pipeline,and it’s time to stand together again.OnFebruary 8, there will be a second hearing to gather public comments on the proposed Bayou Bridge pipeline,and we need you to show up again.Not only is this the largest pipeline we’ve seen in Louisiana, it’s also the last leg of the Dakota Access pipeline.Bayou Bridge Department of Natural Resources Public HearingFebruary 8Rally at5:00 p.m.- Hearing begins at6:00 p.m.293 Napoleon Ave, Napoleonville, LA 70390Click here to RSVP.This fight is not over, and we can’t do it without you.Join us onFebruary 8to say “NO” to the Bayou Bridge pipeline. Our communities, our water, our wetlands and our planet are not worth the risk.Together,Gulf Restoration Network,BOLD Louisiana,Louisiana Bucket Brigade,350 Louisiana,Atchafalaya BasinkeeperP.S. – If you’re not able to join us at the hearing, it’s critical that you submit a written comment on Bayou Bridge to be delivered to the Louisiana Dept. of Environmental Quality, U.S. Army Corps and Louisiana Dept. of Natural Resources.Click here to read “testimony tips” and submit your written comment:

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