laurie laurie, February 14, 2017


On February 13th, over two hundred activists opposing the Jordan Cove LNG pipeline showed up at the Douglas County Fairgrounds while representatives of the Jordan Cove LNG Export Terminal Project (Coos Bay) project gave a presentation lunch to the Roseburg Chamber of Commerce.   After being denied permits by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) twice, Jordan Cove is desperate to convince their investors and the public that the third time will be the charm. We were there to greet Jordan Cove and to remind them that our communities are still opposed to this project and won’t let it be built.

Watch Jacob Lebel (one of 21 youth suing the federal government-Our Children’s Trust) talk about the impact of the pipeline on his family farm.