#NoLNG Jordan Cove Pipeline Project

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From the beginning of 2017 through the present, True North leaders have been working to oppose the Jordan Cove LNG Pipeline Project, which would tunnel a pipeline underneath the Klamath River and 400 other natural streams and waterways for the transport of Liquid Natural Gas.

In March 2017, leaders from Eureka to Hoopa to Smith River traveled to Southern Oregon to give testimony at FERC-required Open Houses, to connect with local residents about their stance on the issue, and to join protest against the pipeline's construction.

In October 2017, leaders held two pipeline intervention meetings in Orleans, CA and Klamath, CA. 100 local residents gathered to learn about the issue and were trained as interveners. They learned how to file public comment online through FERC's new process and gave their input on the project.

Presently, leaders in Eastern Humboldt are convening to determine next steps to resisting this pipeline project, which has the potential to further damage the might Klamath River that many in our region hold sacred.