Photos and Video of the October 2017 Event

Enbridge’s proposed Line 66 could jeopardize Wisconsin’s major waterways, our property rights, the safety of our communities, our climate, and more. On October 27, 2017, People Over Pipelines brought together tribal members, Enbridge easement-holders, environmentalists, youth activists, and other concerned citizens to learn about pipeline fights around the country, hear from those threatened by Enbridge’s pipelines, and find out how to protect our land and water.

Speakers included Mark Borchardt, property owner & founder of 80 Feet Is Enough!; Paul DeMain, member of the Bear Clan, Oneida/Ojibwe; Jon Greendeer, member of the Ho-Chunk Tribe; affected landowners from up and down the pipeline corridor; three of the thirteen Youth Climate Intervenors who are fighting Enbridge’s Line 3 in Minnesota; and Jane Kleeb, founder of Bold Nebraska and Bold Alliance.

Here’s a slideshow of photos from the event:

Here’s a six-minute video recap of the program. You can watch the complete program below.

People Over Pipelines (complete program):