Leaving NOBBP Pumpkins at the Governor’s mansion

Join us early HALLOWEEN DAY at the Lousiana Governor’s Mansion in Baton Rouge for a No Bayou Bridge Pumpkin Carving event! Water protector art by Stephanie Big-Eagle. Thank you Stephanie event: https://www.facebook.com/events/229132027621616/ We will line up and deliver our pumpkins demanding that Governor John Bel Edwards require an Environmental Impact Study from the Army Corps of Engineers […]

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Environmental Impact Statement for BBP

Louisiana residents’ calls for an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Bayou Bridge Pipeline intensified today as groups again went to the Governor’s mansion and capitol office, continuing to call on the Governor to exercise his authority and ask the Army Corps of Engineers to conduct an Environmental Impact Statement. “We are already bearing a […]

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Happy Birthday to our hero, Leonard Peltier

Happy Birthday to our hero, Leonard Peltier. We hope more of us can take time today to send him a letter: LEONARD PELTIER #89637-132 USP COLEMAN I P.O. BOX 1033 COLEMAN, FL 33521 Note: Please always remember that, even if unsolicited, mail can result in sanctions against Leonard. to send money: Leonard Peltier #89637-132 Federal […]

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HARVEY RELIEF

L’eau Est La Vie Camp, Louisiana Flood Relief, and local Louisiana grassroots groups, are collecting supplies for Texas Gulf Coast’s hurricane Harvey disaster response. We will be coordinating delivery of collected donations next week. Please email louisianafloodrelief@protonmail.com to schedule a supply drop off in the New Orleans or Baton Rouge areas prior to Monday noon. […]

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ST JAMES PARISH VOTE AUG 24

‘ A very narrow vote tonight in St James 4 to 3 to uphold the planning commissions approval of the permit for BBP. While disappointing the struggle is not over. We will continue to fight the pipeline. A disturbing aspect of the council hearing however was the entire community of St James was only given […]

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#NOBBP Solidarity W/ Charlottesville

L’eau Est La Vie provided water for the Solidarity with Charlottesville March August 19 with Take Em Down Nola. New Orleans gets extremely hot and people often forget to bring water when they march! We are going to try to do this for any actions that need it in the area. We love you all and […]

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Redhawk’s message on ETP intimidation tactics

If you remember, over the last few months TigerSwan has been using fake social media propaganda to hopefully smear the names of resistance camps across the nation that are peacefully resisting against fossil fuels. We saw this tactic take place in both North Dakota & Iowa, with literally pathetic attempts by an entity “Allen Rice” […]

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New Orleans Flooding- August 6

New Orleans took on an estimated 10 inches of rain yesterday (August 5, 2017), only 7 days before the one year anniversary of the historic 2016 flood that hit Baton Rouge. While the city stands by, grassroots aid projects are channeling resources to affected parties while it’s needed. L’Eau Est La Vie Camp, the indigenous […]

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ETP “Meeting” in St. James – JULY 31

Energy Transfer Partners has scheduled to send a rep to meet with St. James Parrish, Louisiana citizen organizers challenging Bayou Bridge Pipeline. ETP, the same energy company behind Dakota Access, only gave concerned citizens a few days to prepare and attendees will have to sit through their company’s propaganda before being able to voice their […]

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