Nebraska Landowners Stand Up to Keystone XL Pipeline
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Nebraska Landowners Stand Up to Keystone XL Pipeline

According to a report, around 90 landowners in Nebraska are making a last stand against the Keystone XL pipeline. The group, who are mostly farmers and ranchers, plan to cast the project as a threat to farming and grazing lands, which is vital to Nebraska’s economy. The group also contends that the pipeline will only provide temporary jobs that will vanish once construction ends. Farmer Art Tanderup, who grows rye, corn and soybeans on his 160-acre property, tells Reuters, “It’s depressing to start again after Obama rejected the pipeline two years ago, but we need keep our coalition energized and strong.”
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