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 Russell Eagle Bear at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.  "This camp is a spiritual action. The camp will be up for the long haul - until President Obama denis the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline."   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Russell Eagle Bear at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.

"This camp is a spiritual action. The camp will be up for the long haul - until President Obama denis the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline."

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

  The pipeline fighter village at the "Harvest the Hope" concert on September 27, 2014.     Proceeds from the event went to Bold Nebraska, the Indigenous Environmental Network, and the Cowboy & Indian Alliance, to fund the ongoing fight against the Keystone XL pipeline, and small, community-based clean energy projects on farms and tribal   lands.     No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.    

The pipeline fighter village at the "Harvest the Hope" concert on September 27, 2014.

Proceeds from the event went to Bold Nebraska, the Indigenous Environmental Network, and the Cowboy & Indian Alliance, to fund the ongoing fight against the Keystone XL pipeline, and small, community-based clean energy projects on farms and tribal lands. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 

  The horse processional at the "Harvest the Hope" concert on September 27, 2014.     No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

The horse processional at the "Harvest the Hope" concert on September 27, 2014. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

  "Harvest the Hope" concert featuring headliners Willie Nelson and Neil Young took place on Sept. 27, 2014 at the Tanderup farm near Neligh, NE.     Proceeds from the event went to Bold Nebraska, the Indigenous Environmental Network, and the Cowboy & Indian Alliance, to fund the ongoing fight against the Keystone XL pipeline, and small, community-based clean energy projects on farms and tribal   lands.     No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

"Harvest the Hope" concert featuring headliners Willie Nelson and Neil Young took place on Sept. 27, 2014 at the Tanderup farm near Neligh, NE. 

Proceeds from the event went to Bold Nebraska, the Indigenous Environmental Network, and the Cowboy & Indian Alliance, to fund the ongoing fight against the Keystone XL pipeline, and small, community-based clean energy projects on farms and tribal lands. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 The Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

The Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

  Greg Grey Cloud and Aldo Seoane at the Nebraska Supreme Court on Sept. 5, 2014.     No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Greg Grey Cloud and Aldo Seoane at the Nebraska Supreme Court on Sept. 5, 2014. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

  Three brave Nebraska landowners — Randy Thompson, Suz Straka and Susan Dunavan   - at the Nebraska Supreme Court on September 5, 2014,  to defend their lower court victory in Thompson v. Heineman, where the judge found pipeline siting law LB 1161 to be unconstitutional.     No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Three brave Nebraska landowners — Randy Thompson, Suz Straka and Susan Dunavan - at the Nebraska Supreme Court on September 5, 2014,  to defend their lower court victory in Thompson v. Heineman, where the judge found pipeline siting law LB 1161 to be unconstitutional. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

  Tom Genung sits alongside fellow pipeline fighters during the Nebraska Supreme Court hearing on September 5, 2014.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Tom Genung sits alongside fellow pipeline fighters during the Nebraska Supreme Court hearing on September 5, 2014.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

  Media gathers in the Capitol rotunda after the Nebraska Supreme Court hearing on September 5, 2014.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Media gathers in the Capitol rotunda after the Nebraska Supreme Court hearing on September 5, 2014.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

  Attorney, Dave Domina, answers questions during the press conference held at the Capitol on September 5, 2014.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Attorney, Dave Domina, answers questions during the press conference held at the Capitol on September 5, 2014.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

  Nebraska landowner, Randy Thompson,   at a rally held after the Nebraska Supreme Court haring on September 5, 2014.     No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Nebraska landowner, Randy Thompson, at a rally held after the Nebraska Supreme Court haring on September 5, 2014. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 The Keystone XL threatens the unique biodiversity of the Sandhills - the largest wetland ecosystem in the United States.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

The Keystone XL threatens the unique biodiversity of the Sandhills - the largest wetland ecosystem in the United States. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 Over 300 species are found in the Sandhills of Nebraska.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Over 300 species are found in the Sandhills of Nebraska.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 Art Tanderup holds pieces of the Keysonte XL marker where the proposed pipeline would cross his land near Neligh, Nebraska.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Art Tanderup holds pieces of the Keysonte XL marker where the proposed pipeline would cross his land near Neligh, Nebraska.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 The Sandhills of Nebraska   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

The Sandhills of Nebraska

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 Mekasi Horinek of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma holds the Ponka red corn seeds on Art Tanderup's farm in Neligh, Nebraska, during planting. The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Mekasi Horinek of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma holds the Ponka red corn seeds on Art Tanderup's farm in Neligh, Nebraska, during planting. The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 Volunteers hand plant sacred Ponka red corn seeds on Art Tandrup's farm in Neligh, Nebraska. The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Volunteers hand plant sacred Ponka red corn seeds on Art Tandrup's farm in Neligh, Nebraska. The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 Amos Hinton, Director of Agriculture for the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma, points to where the Ponca Trail of Tears crosses Art Tanderup's farm in Neligh, Nebraska. The proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline crosses the farm as well.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Amos Hinton, Director of Agriculture for the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma, points to where the Ponca Trail of Tears crosses Art Tanderup's farm in Neligh, Nebraska. The proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline crosses the farm as well.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 Drummers at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Drummers at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 Michael plays at dusk at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Michael plays at dusk at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

  Frank Waln performs with Sampson Brothers at the Harvest the Hope concert on September 27, 2014.    Proceeds from the event went to Bold Nebraska, the Indigenous Environmental Network, and the Cowboy & Indian Alliance, to fund the ongoing fight against the Keystone XL pipeline, and small, community-based clean energy projects on farms and tribal   lands.     No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Frank Waln performs with Sampson Brothers at the Harvest the Hope concert on September 27, 2014.

Proceeds from the event went to Bold Nebraska, the Indigenous Environmental Network, and the Cowboy & Indian Alliance, to fund the ongoing fight against the Keystone XL pipeline, and small, community-based clean energy projects on farms and tribal lands. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 Over 300 species are found in the Sandhills of Nebraska.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Over 300 species are found in the Sandhills of Nebraska.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 Farmers, ranchers, and tribal members offer prayers and songs to bless the tipi that will be gifted to President Obama. The ceremony was held over the No Keystone XL crop art installation on the Tanderup farm in Neligh, Nebraska.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Farmers, ranchers, and tribal members offer prayers and songs to bless the tipi that will be gifted to President Obama. The ceremony was held over the No Keystone XL crop art installation on the Tanderup farm in Neligh, Nebraska. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 Farmers, ranchers, and tribal members offer prayers and songs to bless the tipi that will be gifted to President Obama. The ceremony was held over the No Keystone XL crop art installation on the Tanderup farm in Neligh, Nebraska.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Farmers, ranchers, and tribal members offer prayers and songs to bless the tipi that will be gifted to President Obama. The ceremony was held over the No Keystone XL crop art installation on the Tanderup farm in Neligh, Nebraska. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 Farmers, ranchers, and tribal members offer prayers and songs to bless the tipi that will be gifted to President Obama. The ceremony was held over the No Keystone XL crop art installation on the Tanderup farm in Neligh, Nebraska.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Farmers, ranchers, and tribal members offer prayers and songs to bless the tipi that will be gifted to President Obama. The ceremony was held over the No Keystone XL crop art installation on the Tanderup farm in Neligh, Nebraska. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

  Concertgoers line for an aerial photograph after the Harvest the Hope concert on September 27, 2014.    Proceeds from the event went to Bold Nebraska, the Indigenous Environmental Network, and the Cowboy & Indian Alliance, to fund the ongoing fight against the Keystone XL pipeline, and small, community-based clean energy projects on farms and tribal   lands.     No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Concertgoers line for an aerial photograph after the Harvest the Hope concert on September 27, 2014.

Proceeds from the event went to Bold Nebraska, the Indigenous Environmental Network, and the Cowboy & Indian Alliance, to fund the ongoing fight against the Keystone XL pipeline, and small, community-based clean energy projects on farms and tribal lands. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 "Hands Across the Bridge." Communities around the United States took part in the national day of action against the Keystone XL Pipeline on May 17, 2014.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

"Hands Across the Bridge." Communities around the United States took part in the national day of action against the Keystone XL Pipeline on May 17, 2014.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 "Hands Across the Bridge." Communities around the United States took part in the national day of action against the Keystone XL Pipeline on May 17, 2014.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

"Hands Across the Bridge." Communities around the United States took part in the national day of action against the Keystone XL Pipeline on May 17, 2014.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 "Hands Across the Bridge." Communities around the United States took part in the national day of action against the Keystone XL Pipeline on May 17, 2014.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

"Hands Across the Bridge." Communities around the United States took part in the national day of action against the Keystone XL Pipeline on May 17, 2014.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 Setting up more tipis at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Setting up more tipis at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 Hands Across the Land event in Omaha, Nebraska. Communities around the United States took part in the national day of action against the Keystone XL Pipeline on May 17, 2014.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Hands Across the Land event in Omaha, Nebraska. Communities around the United States took part in the national day of action against the Keystone XL Pipeline on May 17, 2014.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 Over 300 species are found in the Sandhills of Nebraska.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Over 300 species are found in the Sandhills of Nebraska.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 Helen Tanderup pulls weeds in the 4 acres where the Ponka sacred corn grows. The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Helen Tanderup pulls weeds in the 4 acres where the Ponka sacred corn grows. The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline. Helen and Art Tanderup compare the height of other cornfields in the area agains the Ponca sacred corn.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline. Helen and Art Tanderup compare the height of other cornfields in the area agains the Ponca sacred corn.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.    

The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 

 Over 300 species are found in the Sandhills of Nebraska.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Over 300 species are found in the Sandhills of Nebraska.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 Leota Iron Cloud at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Leota Iron Cloud at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 The Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

The Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 Michael plays at dusk at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Michael plays at dusk at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 The Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

The Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Russell Eagle Bear at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.

"This camp is a spiritual action. The camp will be up for the long haul - until President Obama denis the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline."

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

The pipeline fighter village at the "Harvest the Hope" concert on September 27, 2014.

Proceeds from the event went to Bold Nebraska, the Indigenous Environmental Network, and the Cowboy & Indian Alliance, to fund the ongoing fight against the Keystone XL pipeline, and small, community-based clean energy projects on farms and tribal lands. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 

The horse processional at the "Harvest the Hope" concert on September 27, 2014. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

"Harvest the Hope" concert featuring headliners Willie Nelson and Neil Young took place on Sept. 27, 2014 at the Tanderup farm near Neligh, NE. 

Proceeds from the event went to Bold Nebraska, the Indigenous Environmental Network, and the Cowboy & Indian Alliance, to fund the ongoing fight against the Keystone XL pipeline, and small, community-based clean energy projects on farms and tribal lands. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

The Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Greg Grey Cloud and Aldo Seoane at the Nebraska Supreme Court on Sept. 5, 2014. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Three brave Nebraska landowners — Randy Thompson, Suz Straka and Susan Dunavan - at the Nebraska Supreme Court on September 5, 2014,  to defend their lower court victory in Thompson v. Heineman, where the judge found pipeline siting law LB 1161 to be unconstitutional. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Tom Genung sits alongside fellow pipeline fighters during the Nebraska Supreme Court hearing on September 5, 2014.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Media gathers in the Capitol rotunda after the Nebraska Supreme Court hearing on September 5, 2014.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Attorney, Dave Domina, answers questions during the press conference held at the Capitol on September 5, 2014.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Nebraska landowner, Randy Thompson, at a rally held after the Nebraska Supreme Court haring on September 5, 2014. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

The Keystone XL threatens the unique biodiversity of the Sandhills - the largest wetland ecosystem in the United States. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Over 300 species are found in the Sandhills of Nebraska.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Art Tanderup holds pieces of the Keysonte XL marker where the proposed pipeline would cross his land near Neligh, Nebraska.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

The Sandhills of Nebraska

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Mekasi Horinek of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma holds the Ponka red corn seeds on Art Tanderup's farm in Neligh, Nebraska, during planting. The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Volunteers hand plant sacred Ponka red corn seeds on Art Tandrup's farm in Neligh, Nebraska. The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Amos Hinton, Director of Agriculture for the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma, points to where the Ponca Trail of Tears crosses Art Tanderup's farm in Neligh, Nebraska. The proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline crosses the farm as well.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Drummers at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Michael plays at dusk at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Frank Waln performs with Sampson Brothers at the Harvest the Hope concert on September 27, 2014.

Proceeds from the event went to Bold Nebraska, the Indigenous Environmental Network, and the Cowboy & Indian Alliance, to fund the ongoing fight against the Keystone XL pipeline, and small, community-based clean energy projects on farms and tribal lands. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Over 300 species are found in the Sandhills of Nebraska.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Farmers, ranchers, and tribal members offer prayers and songs to bless the tipi that will be gifted to President Obama. The ceremony was held over the No Keystone XL crop art installation on the Tanderup farm in Neligh, Nebraska. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Farmers, ranchers, and tribal members offer prayers and songs to bless the tipi that will be gifted to President Obama. The ceremony was held over the No Keystone XL crop art installation on the Tanderup farm in Neligh, Nebraska. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Farmers, ranchers, and tribal members offer prayers and songs to bless the tipi that will be gifted to President Obama. The ceremony was held over the No Keystone XL crop art installation on the Tanderup farm in Neligh, Nebraska. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Concertgoers line for an aerial photograph after the Harvest the Hope concert on September 27, 2014.

Proceeds from the event went to Bold Nebraska, the Indigenous Environmental Network, and the Cowboy & Indian Alliance, to fund the ongoing fight against the Keystone XL pipeline, and small, community-based clean energy projects on farms and tribal lands. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

"Hands Across the Bridge." Communities around the United States took part in the national day of action against the Keystone XL Pipeline on May 17, 2014.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

"Hands Across the Bridge." Communities around the United States took part in the national day of action against the Keystone XL Pipeline on May 17, 2014.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

"Hands Across the Bridge." Communities around the United States took part in the national day of action against the Keystone XL Pipeline on May 17, 2014.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Setting up more tipis at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Hands Across the Land event in Omaha, Nebraska. Communities around the United States took part in the national day of action against the Keystone XL Pipeline on May 17, 2014.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Over 300 species are found in the Sandhills of Nebraska.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Helen Tanderup pulls weeds in the 4 acres where the Ponka sacred corn grows. The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline. Helen and Art Tanderup compare the height of other cornfields in the area agains the Ponca sacred corn.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline. 

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 

Over 300 species are found in the Sandhills of Nebraska.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Leota Iron Cloud at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

The Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

Michael plays at dusk at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

The Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.

No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.

 Russell Eagle Bear at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.  "This camp is a spiritual action. The camp will be up for the long haul - until President Obama denis the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline."   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
  The pipeline fighter village at the "Harvest the Hope" concert on September 27, 2014.     Proceeds from the event went to Bold Nebraska, the Indigenous Environmental Network, and the Cowboy & Indian Alliance, to fund the ongoing fight against the Keystone XL pipeline, and small, community-based clean energy projects on farms and tribal   lands.     No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.    
  The horse processional at the "Harvest the Hope" concert on September 27, 2014.     No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
  "Harvest the Hope" concert featuring headliners Willie Nelson and Neil Young took place on Sept. 27, 2014 at the Tanderup farm near Neligh, NE.     Proceeds from the event went to Bold Nebraska, the Indigenous Environmental Network, and the Cowboy & Indian Alliance, to fund the ongoing fight against the Keystone XL pipeline, and small, community-based clean energy projects on farms and tribal   lands.     No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 The Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
  Greg Grey Cloud and Aldo Seoane at the Nebraska Supreme Court on Sept. 5, 2014.     No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
  Three brave Nebraska landowners — Randy Thompson, Suz Straka and Susan Dunavan   - at the Nebraska Supreme Court on September 5, 2014,  to defend their lower court victory in Thompson v. Heineman, where the judge found pipeline siting law LB 1161 to be unconstitutional.     No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
  Tom Genung sits alongside fellow pipeline fighters during the Nebraska Supreme Court hearing on September 5, 2014.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
  Media gathers in the Capitol rotunda after the Nebraska Supreme Court hearing on September 5, 2014.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
  Attorney, Dave Domina, answers questions during the press conference held at the Capitol on September 5, 2014.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
  Nebraska landowner, Randy Thompson,   at a rally held after the Nebraska Supreme Court haring on September 5, 2014.     No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 The Keystone XL threatens the unique biodiversity of the Sandhills - the largest wetland ecosystem in the United States.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 Over 300 species are found in the Sandhills of Nebraska.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 Art Tanderup holds pieces of the Keysonte XL marker where the proposed pipeline would cross his land near Neligh, Nebraska.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 The Sandhills of Nebraska   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 Mekasi Horinek of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma holds the Ponka red corn seeds on Art Tanderup's farm in Neligh, Nebraska, during planting. The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 Volunteers hand plant sacred Ponka red corn seeds on Art Tandrup's farm in Neligh, Nebraska. The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 Amos Hinton, Director of Agriculture for the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma, points to where the Ponca Trail of Tears crosses Art Tanderup's farm in Neligh, Nebraska. The proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline crosses the farm as well.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 Drummers at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 Michael plays at dusk at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
  Frank Waln performs with Sampson Brothers at the Harvest the Hope concert on September 27, 2014.    Proceeds from the event went to Bold Nebraska, the Indigenous Environmental Network, and the Cowboy & Indian Alliance, to fund the ongoing fight against the Keystone XL pipeline, and small, community-based clean energy projects on farms and tribal   lands.     No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 Over 300 species are found in the Sandhills of Nebraska.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 Farmers, ranchers, and tribal members offer prayers and songs to bless the tipi that will be gifted to President Obama. The ceremony was held over the No Keystone XL crop art installation on the Tanderup farm in Neligh, Nebraska.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 Farmers, ranchers, and tribal members offer prayers and songs to bless the tipi that will be gifted to President Obama. The ceremony was held over the No Keystone XL crop art installation on the Tanderup farm in Neligh, Nebraska.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 Farmers, ranchers, and tribal members offer prayers and songs to bless the tipi that will be gifted to President Obama. The ceremony was held over the No Keystone XL crop art installation on the Tanderup farm in Neligh, Nebraska.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
  Concertgoers line for an aerial photograph after the Harvest the Hope concert on September 27, 2014.    Proceeds from the event went to Bold Nebraska, the Indigenous Environmental Network, and the Cowboy & Indian Alliance, to fund the ongoing fight against the Keystone XL pipeline, and small, community-based clean energy projects on farms and tribal   lands.     No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 "Hands Across the Bridge." Communities around the United States took part in the national day of action against the Keystone XL Pipeline on May 17, 2014.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 "Hands Across the Bridge." Communities around the United States took part in the national day of action against the Keystone XL Pipeline on May 17, 2014.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 "Hands Across the Bridge." Communities around the United States took part in the national day of action against the Keystone XL Pipeline on May 17, 2014.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 Setting up more tipis at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 Hands Across the Land event in Omaha, Nebraska. Communities around the United States took part in the national day of action against the Keystone XL Pipeline on May 17, 2014.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 Over 300 species are found in the Sandhills of Nebraska.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 Helen Tanderup pulls weeds in the 4 acres where the Ponka sacred corn grows. The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline. Helen and Art Tanderup compare the height of other cornfields in the area agains the Ponca sacred corn.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 The Tanderup farm is crossed both by the historic Ponca Trail of Tears and the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline.    No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.    
 Over 300 species are found in the Sandhills of Nebraska.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 Leota Iron Cloud at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 The Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 Michael plays at dusk at the Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.
 The Iyuksan Spirit Camp on tribal trust land of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The camp is set up in the direct route of the Keystone XL pipeline.   No generation inherits this earth; we simply borrow it from future generations.