Environmental

Morton County Sheriff’s Department requests federal assistance following President Trump’s Dakota Access executive order

Morton County Sheriff’s Department has requested “much-needed law enforcement support and public safety resources” Morton County Sheriff’s Department issued a statement claiming their requests were “ignored by the last administration” Standing Rock Sioux Tribe requested federal help in getting water protectors to leave the Cannon Ball area LaDonna Tamakawastewin Allard refuses to remove the Sacred Stone Camp from her private ...

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Growing concerns that ROZOL poisoning could be the cause of “camp cough” at Standing Rock camps

ROZOL found to be illegally used on Cannonball Ranch and Wilder Ranch In April six bald eagles were found dead along with bison in the area The EPA found that ROZOL had been used illegally in the area to exterminate prairie dogs Chlorophacinone, more commonly known as ROZOL, is an anticoagulant rodenticide Many of the water protectors in Standing Rock have ...

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Army Corps denies Dakota Access route through Standing Rock

Army Corps of Engineers deny easement for the Dakota Access Pipeline. It is being reported that the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline will have to reroute the $3.2 billion project The Secretary of the Army Corps of Engineers made the announcement to Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Archambault The 1,172-mile pipeline needed the approval of the easement to finish construction In a ...

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The Rover Pipeline: Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners’ new $4.2 billion project

Energy Transfer Partners are now trying to get approval for the $4.2 billion Rover Pipeline ETP is the same company behind the Dakota Access Pipeline The Rover Pipeline’s route will span across 713-miles Rover Pipeline will be able to deliver 3.25 billion cubic feet per day of domestic natural gas Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners are already pushing for another pipeline ...

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