Bus From MN to Nebraska to Give KXL the Boot!

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On August 6th, pipeline fighters from all across the country will meet in Lincoln, Nebraska for the March to Give Keystone XL the Boot! MN350 and allies are coordinating a bus from Minneapolis to to the march and the Midwest Pipeline Fighter Summit beforehand, leaving on August 5th, with pay-what-you-can pricing thanks to the support of the Sierra Club. Get on board!

Tickets are pay-what-you-can — please book asap:

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The march comes on the eve of a week-long public hearing process where the Nebraska Public Service Commission will be considering whether to approve KXL. We’ll join with thousands of others to show that people from across the country know that this dirty tar sands pipeline, like the Enbridge Line 3 proposal here in Minnesota, is a bad idea for communities, climate, and water.

Departure and return point: Parking lot of the Lake St. Target (2500 E Lake St, Minneapolis, MN 55406)

DEPARTING MINNEAPOLIS: 9am, Saturday, August 5 (must show up by 8:40am at the latest to board)
ARRIVING LINCOLN: 5pm August 5
(overnight at the Unitarian Church of Lincoln, 6300 A St.)

MIDWEST PIPELINE FIGHTER SUMMIT: 10am-2pm, Sunday 8/6 (preregistration required)
MARCH! 3-5pm, Sunday, August 6

LEAVING LINCOLN: 5:30pm, Sunday, August 6
RETURNING TO MINNEAPOLIS: By 1:30am Monday, August 7 (we’re sorry, we know it’s late!)

Pipeline fighters on our bus are encouraged to attend the Midwest Pipeline Fighter Summit in Lincoln on the morning of the march, co-hosted by Bold Nebraska, Sierra Club, and MN350. This event is free and includes lunch but preregistration is REQUIRED. This is a chance for people involved in pipeline resistance across the Midwest to meet, share updates on fights in their regions, and build stronger campaigns together. Preregister with Bold Nebraska if you want to attend this summit. Otherwise, you are welcome to spend the morning and early afternoon in Lincoln for some unstructured time.

If you can’t come on the trip, please consider sponsoring a rider — generous supporters make this pay-what-you-can bus open and accessible to all!

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