What’s happening right now in Cannon Ball, North Dakota is beyond words. I could write a long paragraph about what’s happening, but you should already know. And if you don’t: read this, and stay up to date.

I could write a long paragraph about my feelings, but I’ll save everyone the energy of writing it (me) and reading it (you), so you can put that energy to better use… helping. Just know I too am disgusted.


Here’s how you can help:

1- Donate to Support the Standing Rock Sioux

Click here.


2- Donate Supplies from the Camp’s Amazon Wish List

Click here.


3- Donate items from the Sacred Stone Camp Supply List

Click here.


4- Contribute to the Sacred Stone Camp Legal Defense Fund

Click here. 


5- Contribute to the Sacred Stone Camp GoFundMe Account

Click here.


6- Sign the Petition to the White House to Stop the Pipeline 

Click here.


7- Call North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple at 701-328-2200

Share your thoughts, but please be professional.


8- Call the White House at 202-456-1111 or 202-456-1414

Ask that the President rescind the Army Corps of Engineers’ permit for the Dakota Access Pipeline.


9- Call the Army Corps of Engineers at 202-761-5903

Demand that they reverse the permit.


10- Call the Executives of the Companies That are Building the Pipeline

  • Lee Hanse Executive Vice President Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. 800 E Sonterra Blvd #400 San Antonio, Texas 78258 Telephone: (210) 403-6455 Lee.Hanse@energytransfer.com

  • Glenn Emery Vice President Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. 800 E Sonterra Blvd #400 San Antonio, Texas 78258 Telephone: (210) 403-6762 Glenn.Emery@energytransfer.com

  • Michael (Cliff) Waters Lead Analyst Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. 1300 Main St. Houston, Texas 77002 Telephone: (713) 989-2404 Michael.Waters@energytransfer.com


11- Sign Other Petitions

Click here.


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